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Create high-quality renderings of your model based on the time of day/year and sun/sky settings.
Rendering is available for 64-bit installations only.
- Click .
- In the dialog box, specify the .
- For , enter a value. Recommended values are between 1 and 3.
The value adjusts the contrast (the brightness of mid-tone values) in your model. Normally, brightness is applied to all values in an image linearly. Changing the gamma value “bends” this function—when you set a high gamma value and then adjust the overall brightness, the darker parts of the image are more affected than the brighter parts. A change in gamma can also affect the hue of a particular color representation.
- For , enter a value between 0 and 1.
Turn on to adjust the brightness automatically instead of using the setting.
Setting a high gamma value and then increasing the brightness will make darker areas much brighter, while areas that are already bright are not affected as much.
- Specify the .
The render settings affect the render only. They are independent of any settings you applied to the model, although the and options are the same. See Analyze Shadow Casting.
- Click to render the model.
You can stop the process at any point, click (), and you can save the results by clicking ().