Output Settings

The first step in the rendering process is to determine and set the output settings. This includes render size, frame rate, pixel aspect ratio, output location, and file type.

Painel dimensões


Dimensions panel.

Several render presets exist with common resolution and frame rates for TVs and screens can be selected in the panel header.

Resolution X, Y

O número de pixeis horizontalmente e verticalmente na imagem.


Um deslizador numérico para aumentar ou decrescer o tamanho da imagem renderizada relativamente aos valores presentes em X e Y descritos acima. Isto é útil para pequenos testes de renderização que possuem as mesmas proporções da imagem final.

Aspect X, Y

Televisores mais antigos podem ter pixeis que não são quadrados, portanto, isto pode ser usado para controlar o formato dos pixeis ao longo dos respectivos eixos. Isto irá fazer uma pré-distorção nas imagens, que parecerão mais esticadas em uma tela de computador, mas que serão mostradas de maneira correta em uma tela de TV mais antiga (CRTs). É importante que vocẽ utilize a proporção de aspecto correta quando for renderizar para evitar o re-escalonamento, resultando em qualidades de imagens mais baixas.

See Video Output for details on pixel aspect ratio.

Render Region

Renders just a portion of the view instead of the entire frame. See the Render Region documentation to see how to define the size of the render region.


This disables the Save Buffers option in the Performance panel.

Crop to Render Region

Crops the rendered image to the size of the render region, instead of rendering a transparent background around it.

Frame Start, End

Set the Start and End frames for Rendering Animations.


Controls the number of frames to advance by for each frame in the timeline.

Taxa de quadros

For an Animation the frame rate is how many frames will be displayed per second.

Remapeamento de tempo

Usado para remapear o comprimento de uma animação.

Painel Saída


O painel Saída.

This panel provides options for setting the location of rendered frames for animations, and the quality of the saved images.

Caminho de arquivo

Choose the location to save rendered frames.

When rendering an animation, the frame number is appended at the end of the file name with four padded zeros (e.g. image0001.png). You can set a custom padding size by adding the appropriate number of # anywhere in the file name (e.g. image_##_test.png translates to image_01_test.png).

This setting expands Relative Paths where a // prefix represents the directory of the current blend-file.

Extensões de arquivo

Adds the correct file extensions per file type to the output files.

Resultados do cache

Saves the rendered image and passes to a multi-layer EXR file in temporary location on your hard drive. This allows the Compositor to read these to improve the performance, especially for heavy compositing.

File Format

Choose the file format to save to. Based on which format is used, other options such as channels, bit depth and compression level are available.

For rendering out to images see: saving images, for rendering to videos see rendering to videos.

Modo de cor

Choose the color format to save the image to. Note that RGBA will not be available for all image formats.


Image Sequence

Sobrescreve os arquivos existentes durante a renderização.


Create empty placeholder frames while rendering.


Primitive Render Farm

An easy way to get multiple machines to share the rendering workload is to:

  • Set up a shared directory over a network file system.

  • Disable Overwrite, enable Placeholders in the Render Output panel.

  • Start as many machines as you wish rendering to that directory.

Post Processing Panel



Properties ‣ Output ‣ Post Processing

The Post Processing panel is used to control different options used to process your image after rendering.


Post Processing panel.


Renders the output of the Video Sequence editor, instead of the view from the 3D scene’s active camera. If the sequence contains scene strips, these will also be rendered as part of the pipeline. If Compositing is also enabled, the Scene strip will be the output of the Compositor.


Renders the output from the compositing node setup, and then pumps all images through the Composite node tree, displaying the image fed to the Composite Output node.


Dithering is a technique for blurring pixels to prevent banding that is seen in areas of gradients, where stair-stepping appears between colors. Banding artifacts are more noticeable when gradients are longer, or less steep. Dithering was developed for graphics with low bit depths, meaning they had a limited range of possible colors.

Dithering works by taking pixel values and comparing them with a threshold and neighboring pixels then does calculations to generate the appropriate color. Dithering creates the perceived effect of a larger color palette by creating a sort of visual color mixing. For example, if you take a grid and distribute red and yellow pixels evenly across it, the image would appear to be orange.