Can we render selected objects or selection in layout?

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  01 January 2003
Can we render selected objects or selection in layout?

Can we render selected objects or sections in Layout?
  01 January 2003
You can turn on unseen by camera in the objects properties
  01 January 2003
Also, if you only want to render a part of the frame, you can check the little Limited Region box under your camera properties, and then just go to your camera viewport, and hit "l" (lover case L, not uppercase i), and you can adjust the region as you like
  01 January 2003
If you select the object and hit F11 you can render just that selected obj in the scene....hope that helps...
  01 January 2003
I was going to suggest maybe reading the manual often known as RTM but I will withhold any comment as to not seem offensive......
  01 January 2003
well, if you go ot the scene editor, there is a check mark beside each object. if you uncheck it deactivates it and also does not render it...the down side, if you are referenceing that object with an expression or via a plugin, it wont read it either.

But that is one way to do it.

  01 January 2003
Thanks. I have the manual, but I remember reading that you can't do that in Lightwave somewhere some time back. That's why I didn't bother to read the camera section.

  01 January 2003
I've never had any problem with F11.

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