Rendering to movie files vs. image sequences


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Rendering to movie files vs. image sequences

Once you set up the resolution and the antialiasing for your render and you've got all the Shading Rates correct so that everything looks clean, you're going to want to render it out to something, whether it's a still image or whether it's just an animation. So in this case, if I press F9, we get our nice render window. When this happens, if I wanted to save this out, I can very simply come up here and hit Save Image, and I can save that out as any type of still image file that I want: 16-bit TIFF, Photoshop, JPEG, whatever I need. I do this all the time when I want to give an image to a client, I want to do a little preview; even stuff for this course has been rendered out this way.

So that's number one. And of course, we can go back to any preview renders because our buffer saves them. We can save those. This final color output that we are saving that comes from the Render tab. Let me close the window, and when I click on Render and I open this up, that is the fina...

Rendering to movie files vs. image sequences
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Rendering to movie files vs. image sequences provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dan Ablan as part of the MODO 501 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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