Batch rendering


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Batch rendering

Once you have everything in place it's time to do your final render. Now Maya has several options for rendering multiple frames. We can do what's called a batch render from within a single copy of Maya or if you have multiple machines, you can actually do network rendering. I'm not going to get into that. It's actually covered in the Maya 2010: Getting Started with MatchMover, Toxik, and Backburner title. Now Backburner is actually what you would use to do network rendering. I am just going to show you how to batch render on an individual machine.

Now before we actually render we need to kind of set things up. We need to make sure our project is set, and then we go into our Render Settings window. This is where we actually go to our Render Settings window, and this is where we're going to set up our file name. So let's just call this Dog_Scooter, or we could use the actual file name of our project file. Then in Image format, do we want a JPEG, Targa, Maya, IFF? I am...

Batch rendering
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Batch rendering provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by George Maestri as part of the Maya 2011 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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Maya
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