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The Rendering Process

In Chapter 7, “Introduction to Materials and Mapping,” you learned to use the Quick Render button to see a rendering of your scene in the Rendered Frame Window (RFW) on the screen. This did not save any image that you can access to the hard drive, although you have a Show Last Rendering option in the Rendering pull-down menu, which allows you to view the last rendered image of the current work session.

In this chapter, you perform exercises to render a scene in 3ds max 6 for a high-resolution still image and for two animation sequences, one a delta compression animation file and the other a series of numbered still images.


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