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    Fórum áss clówn Hopper's Avatar
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    Rendering viewports

    This may be an utterly stupid question, but I'm going to ask it anyway because I can't find it in the manuals or Google, etc...

    Without using Camtasia, Fraps, etc... is there a way to render out a scene with what the camera viewport is displaying (i.e. grid, light/camera icons, nulls, and all)?

    If this is in the maual somewhere, I'm more than happy to RTFM, so a page number will do ...
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    I guess this was more than just a moderately stupid question then ... I'll take the silence as a "no - you can't do that".
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    Make and save a preview?

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    Don't think it's possible.
    The only way i can think of is making a screengrap in single viewport layout.
    But image size will be restricted to your screen resolution.

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    Yup.. that's what I was afraid of.
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    You know you can make and save an animated preview of the viewport right? Not exactly the same as a true camera render, but if you size the viewport to be the same size as the camera view would be, then it's pretty close...
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