Join George Maestri for an in-depth discussion in this video Batch rendering, part of Maya 2015 Essential Training.
…The last rendering I want to show you is how to batch render an image sequence.…So here we have an animation of our ship just flying across the screen,…and if I want to render all of these frames I need to create a batch render.…So I first have to go into my…Render Settings window, and set this up to render.…So first thing I want to do is create a name.…Now I can certainly use the name of my scene,…but I'm going to go ahead and just call this, say, spaceship.…
And I want to render these as, let's just render these as JPEGs.…And then we can also create our compression quality here.…And now because I'm rendering an image sequence, I need to change my name.…So I'm going to change the name of my file to name_#extension,…and you can see here this is going to be my naming scheme.…Now this particular animation only has 48 frames.…So I'm going to start at frame one, and end at frame 48.…
And once I have all that, you can see that this is what I'm going to render.…I'm going to start at one and go to 48 and this is going to be my naming scheme.…
- Getting familiar with the Maya interface
- Creating hierarchies and layers
- Creating polygonal objects
- Working with subdivision surfaces
- Extruding a mesh
- Smoothing geometry
- Lofting and extruding with the NURBS curves tools
- Converting NURBS to polygons
- Creating and applying texture maps
- Applying UV mapping
- Adding lights and cameras to a scene
- Creating realistic effects such as depth of field
- Batch rendering
- Animating in Maya
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started in Maya 2015
2. Organizing Maya Scenes
3. Creating Polygonal Models
4. Editing Meshes
5. Refining Meshes
6. NURBS Modeling Techniques
7. Refining NURBS Models
8. Creating Materials
9. Applying Textures
10. Rendering in Maya
11. Animating in Maya
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