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==Introduction==
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Monitoring, editing and transforming the final Output along with some other features are available in Render Preview.
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==Features==
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Output Preview: the render output is monitored in the Output Preview. '''(A)''' <br>
  
*'''Output Preview:''' The output preview enables control over the output video image. '''(A)''' <br>
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[[Transforms | Final Transforms]]: editable values to transform the size and shape of the render output. '''(B)'''
:On top of the Output Preview we can find:
 
  
*'''Final [[Transforms]]:''' Editable values to transform the size and shape of the output layer. '''(B)'''
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[[Effects | Final Effects]]: a final effect can be applied to the render output. '''(C)'''
  
*'''Final [[Effects]]:''' A final effect can be applied to the output layer. '''(C)'''
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Clock: time reference, synched with Windows clock. '''(D)'''
 
 
*'''Clock:''' Time reference, synched with windows clock. '''(D)'''
 
 
   
 
   
*'''[[Resettable Runtime Counter]]:''' The Runtime Counter shows the time since the start of the session. The Counter can be set back to zero with a simple double-click on the counter itself. '''(E)'''
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[[Resettable Runtime Counter | Runtime Counter]]: the Runtime Counter shows the time since the start of the session. The counter can be set back to zero with a simple double-click on the counter itself. '''(E)'''
  
*'''Preview Modus:''' The Modus of the 'Output Preview' can be set to: :Normal: The output preview is shown '''before''' the 'Keystone' (Output Correction) :Keystone: The output preview is shown '''after''' the 'Keystone' (Output Correction)
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Preview Mode: the mode of the Output Preview can be set to: '''(F)'''
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:Normal: the Output Preview is shown before the Keystone. (output correction)  
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:Keystone: the Output Preview is shown after the Keystone. (output correction)
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Zoom & Pan: the Output Preview can be zoomed and moved with the two buttons on the upper right corner of the user interface or with the 100% increment field.
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:Size and position of the window can be changed by clicking & dragging one of these elements. Double-click to reset, or to type the desired zoom value. '''(G)'''
  
*'''Zoom & Pan:''' The Output Ptrview can be zoommed and moved with the two buttons on the upper right corner of the User Interface or with the '''100%''' Increment Field. Click on one of these element and drag to effect size and position of the window. Double click to reset or to type the desired zoom value.
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''Tip: the Render Preview window can be dragged and positioned anywhere on the software's user interface. Minimizing the window (clicking on the triangle) will bring the window to its default position.''
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:41, 24 March 2020

Introduction

Monitoring, editing and transforming the final Output along with some other features are available in Render Preview.

Features

Output Preview: the render output is monitored in the Output Preview. (A)

Final Transforms: editable values to transform the size and shape of the render output. (B)

Final Effects: a final effect can be applied to the render output. (C)

Clock: time reference, synched with Windows clock. (D)

Runtime Counter: the Runtime Counter shows the time since the start of the session. The counter can be set back to zero with a simple double-click on the counter itself. (E)

Preview Mode: the mode of the Output Preview can be set to: (F)

Normal: the Output Preview is shown before the Keystone. (output correction)
Keystone: the Output Preview is shown after the Keystone. (output correction)

Zoom & Pan: the Output Preview can be zoomed and moved with the two buttons on the upper right corner of the user interface or with the 100% increment field.

Size and position of the window can be changed by clicking & dragging one of these elements. Double-click to reset, or to type the desired zoom value. (G)

Tip: the Render Preview window can be dragged and positioned anywhere on the software's user interface. Minimizing the window (clicking on the triangle) will bring the window to its default position.

Render general.png