LightWave provides you with a variety of rendering methods that are easy to set up and use. You’ve seen throughout the book that right from the starting gate you can use VPR, the viewport preview render function, to instantly see your rendered scene as you work. But for final animations, you’ll also want to use the full set of rendering tools LightWave is famous for.
In this chapter, you’ll learn about the following:
• Applying global settings the Render Globals panel
• Setting up renders for animations
• Saving renders
• Changing render color space
• Using the RenderQ control
Figure 12.1 shows the LightWave Render Globals panel in Layout. You can find this panel by first ...