About-Saving-a-Rendered-Image

About Saving a Rendered Image

    About Saving a Rendered Image

    Save a rendered image to a viewport, a render window, or a file.

    Depending on the current render settings, rendering can be a time-consuming process.
    However, redisplaying a previously rendered image is instantaneous.

    To save a rendered image, you can

    • Render directly to a file
    • Render to the viewport and save the image
    • Render to the Render window and save the image

    Once an image is saved, it can be

    • Attached to a drawing file as an external reference with the IMAGEATTACH command
    • Viewed outside of the AutoCAD-based product in a stand-alone image viewer
    • Shared with others via email or posting it on a file sharing site
    • Used as an image map for a material

    Render Directly to a File

    The current model view can be rendered directly to a file and bypass the screen. An
    advantage of not rendering to the screen is that you can render to higher resolutions
    than your current display configuration permits. The rendered image can then be viewed
    on other systems that support higher-resolutions. You can render directly to a file
    by enabling the Automatically Save Rendered Image option, and setting the file location
    and name for the image in the Render to Size Output Settings dialog box. Rendered
    images are saved to one of several file formats, such as BMP, TGA, TIF, JPG, and PNG.
    Depending upon the file format selected, you can choose from an assortment of different
    grayscale or color depths.

    Save a Viewport Rendering

    A rectangular area of a model can be rendered in the current viewport. After rendering
    a model to a viewport, use the SAVEIMG command to save the displayed image to one
    of several file formats, such as BMP, TGA, TIF, JPG, and PNG. Depending upon the file
    format selected, you can choose from an assortment of different grayscale or color
    depths.

    Save a Render Window Rendering

    If the destination of the rendering is the Render window, you can save the image or
    save a copy of the image to one of several file formats, such as BMP, TGA, TIF, JPG,
    and PNG. Depending upon the file format you have selected, you can choose from an
    assortment of different grayscale or color depths.

    Learning AutoCad

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