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Old 06-10-2006, 02:08 AM   #16
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thank you so much neostrider that helped alot
i made it work
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I've literally spent HOURS just trying to figure that out (still won't know if it works, but it seems simple enough).

I'm getting the hang of stuff, but I'm still unclear with some of the terminology-- what's the difference between a "project" and a "rendered image"...

A year from now, I'm going to be laughing at that question, but right now, I suck....

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A Project is the whole folder that contains all the textures, models, cameras, lights, animation and associated data etc etc.

A rendered Image is the "final image" made up from all the required parts in the Project.

In simple terms, the Project is everything you work on where as the rendered image is the thing you admire when your projects finished!
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This is a really nice, respectful forum --I'm really impressed. Thanks.
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