Specifying file output


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Specifying file output

To save my rendered images to disk, I have to specify a file output, a location, and also an image file type. Right now I haven't done that, and if I click the Render button now, I'll actually get a warning message that says, You are rendering a sequence with no assigned file. Frames may be lost. Do you want to continue? Well actually it should say frames will be lost. It's not a question of if; it's absolute. If you render without specifying a file output, what will happen is 3ds Max will draw the images onto the screen, but then nothing will get saved on the disk.

No I don't want to continue. I'll bomb out of there. I'll scroll down in the Render Setup window and I'm looking for Render Output. And currently no file has been assigned. I'll click on the Files button here and here's where I get to define where I'm going to save to and in what format. You'll see that it has taken me directly to my current project, which is Exercise Files, and the...

Specifying file output
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Specifying file output provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the 3ds Max 2013 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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3ds Max
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