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In this blender video we will cover the basics of rendering within Blender.
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another great tutorial always expected from you!
but, for some reason, i dont know where the camera and light tool are. you know, the sun w/ the stick on it.
Thanks so much for the awesome tutorials! I’ve just started using Blender, and now i’m getting the hand of it already! Thanks!
Thanks for the awesome program and tutorial. I’ve completed the 1st 6 tutorials in “Getting Started”. I animated my cube as per the instructions and rendered it as an .avi. In the render tab, for “display” I selected “Image Editor”.
I didn’t make any changes in the settings, I only did what this tutorial showed.
When I play my animation in windows media player classic, the cube often leaves the view of the screen even with the screen maximized. Should I not have moved my cube out of the grids when I recorded the animation?
I’m new to this too, but my guess is that the object is leaving the view from your camera. Make sure that the object stays within the camera’s view at all times
You can animate your camera with the same way
ah how to get out of image editor? :O
switch to 3d veiw at the bottom left of screen
I can’t seem to get rid of all the windows that appear when I click on different buttons. Nothing works to get rid of them all! I’ve given up already because of that. One simple answer on how to hide them all and get back to the original window would be great!
just close the program and reopen it
Try this , hope it helps , he tells of how to go back without cancelling the project, cheershttp://www.blender.org/education-help/tutorials/getting-started/
hey guys…i made a video on blender using keyframes but when i am saving it in different formats such as avi or mpeg it doesnt work..does anybody know what shall i do?
you’re tutorial is the most useful and clear of all, thx very very much, I’ve seen a lot of tutorials even a much greater graphics but still you’rs is the best.^^<
I can render an object just fine but I can’t figure out how to save the .png file so that I could send it to someone.
From what I understand the .png file is supposed to be created automaticlly when I render. I even tried changing the output path to my desktop, but no new pictures appeared.
What am I doing wrong?
Yeah so click your render button and wait for it to finish rendering.
Once it’s done rendering go to the bottom left of your screen and you see
The submenu that pops up has an option that says “Save as Image” that’s the one for you!!!
Thank You so much for the wonderful tutorials.By the way can i know the way to save the animation i did?:(cuz i’m so new to yhis
Thanks for taking your time:)
WHEN I PRESS ON IMAGE LIKE YOU DID
IT JUST GIVES ME AN EMPTY GREY BACKGROUND without the mesh
can you tell me why this happens ?
Your mesh is likely disabled during the render. Try pressing W > Clear all Restrict Render.
Sorry I’m a little late, but I had this problem too. I had set one of my meshes as the camera.
1. select the camera
2. hit ctrl and the numpad 0 to set the camera as, well, the camera.
If you select another object and hit ctrl-0, which I had accidentally done changing views i think, it sets that object as the camera.
i am sorry i have another question
i’ve tried rendering in so many movie formats and then after rendering i try to play the movie i just rendered but it doesn’t play
any advice ?
What format are you rendering to and what application are you using to play the movie?
avi codec and i tried also avi jpeg and both didn’t work
but it only worked in mpeg and the quality wasn’t really good
and another thing please i made this 60-frame-little animation but it has a lot of meshes inside it and every time i choose image from render menu the program goes really slow and it hangs and doesn’t work
does this have anything to do with my computer performance ?
I cannot speak for the codecs, but for the animation rendering speed, are you by chance using Subdivision Surface modifiers with the View/Render level set higher than 2?
I keep getting a black pic whenever I try to render my object. What am I doing wrong??
i have the same problem too… there is no color in my mesh even after i have painted it.
I can’t save the file as an image so that i can send it to someone… I have rendered, the file is png and it says my pictures. Its on MAC btw. Any advice?
After you have rendered the image you can save it from the UV/Image Editor by going to Image > Save As. Then you will be able to set the location and file format from the save dialog.
I hope that helps!
After rendering press F3, then ‘Save As Image’
Nice Video Man !
im gunna watch all the videos in this site then i will go to work for pixar xD!
Hey, I really like your tutorials i just have one question. How do i render a animation as keyed footage to use in another video?
Hi! how can i restore the default file when i first open the blender?
i am having some problems with my output format(the select codec box does not appear when i set the output format to avi codec and press animation), also videos created in the avi raw format will not play in windows media player although i have played avi videos before(in windows media player) and they worked fine.
Following on from the materials tutorial, I have changed my material to a transpatent material, but every time i render the scene it resets my transparency alpha to 1. What am I doing wrong?
Very helpful videos. Shortcuts and view control were the most useful to me. Thanks.
I dont have the image button under render at the render options i have 3 button render, animation and play but neither one shows the cube just a gray background:( plz help
I’m kinda so pissed, why there are no complete tutorials for someone like me? i found a lot of PDF tutorials but reading them needs a lot of time
What kind of tutorials are you looking for?
great tutorials, 6 & 7 are in the wrong order tho
These tutorials were great. Thanks for putting them together.
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