The scene script loaded in the Editor Window can be easily render from this window. You can use three different techniques for rendering a script:

Rendering a single frame

Most of the times, you'll want to render the loaded script as a single frame. You can execute the Render command from the Project submenu in the main menu bar:

As an alternative, you can press F5 or click on the corresponding button in the toolbar:

There are three global settings that affect how the scene is rendered:

  1. The current state of the Use motion blur option.

It's easy: if this checkbox is checked, the scene will be rendered with motion blur.

  1. The current clock value in the clock panel.

The current clock value affects those scenes which contains range expressions or uses the clock macro.

  1. The selected render quality.

See also

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