Join David Andrade for an in-depth discussion in this video Final rendering and post-production, part of Creating a Finished Character Animation in Blender.
- Rendering is where all of your animation and lighting…comes together.…This process is incredibly slow, even with…the best of machines.…Now before we get started, I want you to do…a couple of last-second checks.…First, make sure your dimensions are set…to 100%.…And make sure that all of your metadata has been turned off.…Finally, make sure that your output folder…has been set, and make sure that you're on PNG.…Okay, let's start rendering.…
To do that, I want you to click on Render…and go to Render Animation.…Now like I said earlier, rendering will take a long time,…even with the best of machines.…But there is a way to speed up this process.…Namely, distributed rendering.…For example, you can use Amazon's web services…to render in the cloud, using the Linux GPU…NVIDIA grid.…It's pretty awesome, but it does require…a bit of Linux knowledge to know how to install…and work.…Or, you can explore using the free open-source tool…called Loki Render.…
This will let you distribute your Blender render…across multiple machines on your office or home network.…
- Listening to the dialog clip
- Sketching out the animation framework
- Learning how character and facial rig works
- Blocking key character poses
- Getting feedback
- Adjusting appendages
- Matching dialog to the animation
- Cleaning up frames with the Graph Editor
- Lighting and rendering the animation
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating an Interior Scene with Blenderwith Darrin Lile2h 27m Intermediate
1. Where it All Begins, Storytelling, and Planning
2. Meet Arthur
3. Character Animation
4. Refine the Details
5. A Brief Overview of Render Settings in Blender
6. And It Never Ends
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