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Old 30-01-2007, 12:14 PM   #16
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how to save one? usually after you set keyframes, you hit save.

if you want to render out an animation (instead of just a single frame/still pic) you want to go into render globals (settings, options, whatever) and choose your output file type (for the love of god DO NOT choose .avi), in and out frame (don't forget to add frame padding!), camera, and then close render globals and save. then, enter the rendering menu set, and at the bottom of the 'render' menu, you'll see 'batch render'.
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Old 30-01-2007, 02:46 PM   #17
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Originally posted by mrbozzo
im reinstalling the whole pc soon so i think i can manage that little time

and i dont know anyone who use maya so don't get so cocky; smartypants
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