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Rendering is the last part of the 3D process, taking us from 3D back to 2D. Learn more with Alexander Hoetzer.

Computer generated images are created through a process called rendering. To create a 3D render, the 3D scene is processed through lens of a virtual camera and output as an image.

Although this is not always the final step in a production, it is most often the last stage of the 3D process.

In this video we learn what rendering involves and how it fits into a 3D production workflow.

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Introduction to 3D for Screen Production

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