Saving Rendered Image
Saving Rendered Image Click the Save button on the IRender Toolbar to Save your Rendered Image
You can save the Rendered Image in many different formats:
- JPEG - with and without comments - JPG format compresses to the smallest disk file - with some loss of quality due to compression.
- When you save to standard JPG format - the settings you used to create your rendering are saved in the image file. This can be useful if you want to create other images later with thte same settings and cannot remember what they were. See: IRender More Tab
- PNG files - compressed and no loss of quality.
- The Transparent PNG option saves the image with the background transparent. It can the be pasted on top of other backgrounds to create special effects.
- Native nXt Image - nXtImage format contains the intensities, depths and materials of each pixel and can be used with the nXt Image Editor for special effects.
- HDRi - saves the rendering image with an intensity channel which can be used in high-end paint programs, or used as a HDRi background or HDRi sky.
- EXR - another format with intensity information.
Action after image is saved
- Do nothing
- Open File - using application defined below these choices
- Open Folder - open image folder in Windows Explorer
Application to open file
Navigate the the folder containing the .EXE you want to use to view the image.
- Use check box to enable auto image - which automatically saves the rendered image after rendering.
- Copy image to the clipboard.
- Use the image to create a PDF presentation with a rendered image and an interactive 3D viewport.
- This is a sub-set of the functions in RPS 3D PDF.
- See: Create PDF for details on how to define and create the PDF file.