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Chapter 15. Cameras and Rendering > About Interactive Photorealistic Rendering

About Interactive Photorealistic Rendering

Every time you make a change to a material or a light you need to render it out again. This makes tweaking things like lights or bump maps time-consuming because of the wait for render time.

To address this problem, Maya offers Interactive Photorealistic Rendering, or IPR. If you render out using IPR, you can select a region of the render, and the changes you make will update interactively (Figure 15.54).


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