Toolbar: Rendering > Render ()
Menu: View > Rendering > Render
Shades the surface of a model as though it were illuminated from multiple light sources, providing a quick way to realistically visualize your image.
An example of render on multiple entities.
The Render command creates a more realistic image than the Full Render command, because Full Render also calculates shadows and reflections; uses surface materials to calculate reflection, refraction, and transparency; and uses a background image.
Rendering automatically creates a base on which your model is displayed, if you don't already have one, so it does not appear suspended in space.
You can save rendered images using the Render
TIP The smaller your viewport, the faster the image will render.
For more information about working with rendered images, click Help in any
of the Render dialog boxes.
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