To interpret; to set forth, represent, or exhibit; as, an actor renders his part poorly; a singer renders a passage of music with great effect; a painter renders a scene in a felicitous manner.
The process of converting the polygonal or data specification of an image to the image itself, including color and opacity information. [WOL93
The digital equivalent of taking a photograph. 3d animation software converts a three dimensional scene, comprised of modeled objects, lights, movement, and other properties into a two dimensional image. Animation is created by displaying a sequence of these images over time.
This is the term used to describe the process of producing a display using the description of objects within a scene, the lights illuminating those objects, and the cameras viewing the illuminated objects.
display: The creation of a simulated three-dimensional object by taking a model and adding surface textures and lighting effects such as reflections and shadows. Needless to say, this takes a lot of computer muscle and time. The dinosaurs in Jurassic Park were rendered on monster workstations from Silicon-Graphics, although they were modeled on Macs.
the act of turning a 3-D scene into a 2-D image. This can either happen instantly or as you see it (often referred to as "real-time"), or over an extended period of time determined by the speed of you computer.
To create an image from a description of a scene, its objects and light sources and the viewer.
To perform the calculations necessary to draw a complex three-dimensional image.
The process by which PostScript language commands are interpreted and a raster image is produced.
The act performed by a web browser or editor when it reads and interprets the HTML elements within a web document and then displays the document on the screen for the user.
give an interpretation or rendition of; "The pianist rendered the Beethoven sonata beautifully"
show in, or as in, a picture; "This scene depicts country life"; "the face of the child is rendered with much tenderness in this painting"
To reproduce or display encoded data in a specified manner.
To create a visual representation of a mathematical model. See Model/Display Separation.
The act of processing all objects into a single video track and single audio track (if present). Rendering is required for Scenes containing path animation prior to previewing or exporting. Also recommended for movies shared via the Internet (e.g. streaming). Note that only Export-Scene-Rendered combines sound tracks into a single audio track.
The process of creating a detailed image from your objects with the applied settings.
To interpret, to give an interpretation or rendition of; to calculate an image or text representation. In multipurpose publishing, this refers to how a stylesheet causes structured, styled, or tagged text to be displayed. Rendering always refers to appearance, which is distinct from structure.
The process of creating video frames from multiple sources. Storyboards â€“ Traditionally a script done with cartoon frames for each scene. Can be done with photo stills, stick figures or highly detailed renderings.
Computer process of performing the calculations to create detail in a three-dimensional computer-generated scene or special effect.
To draw an image for display.
This synonym for hacking up animals for human consumption determines how colors are used on each triangle displayed in a 3D image. Very complex images...
1.the game engine putting textures into a game on brushes, or 2.a property of an entity that tells the game engine how to display a entity brush, or 3.the name of a special entity that also tells the game engine how to display an entity brush.
The process of capturing a two-dimensional image from a three-dimensional model.
The final step of an image transformation or three-dimensional scene through which a new image is refreshed on the screen.
To create a two-dimensional representation of an object based on its shape and surface properties (i.e. a picture for print or to display on the monitor).
the process of displaying an image
to make a realistic, life-like image of an object or scene. Nearly photorealistic renderings can be produced with some CAD programs, though the best results generally require programs created specifically for this purpose. Such programs often use CAD files as their starting points. Thus, it is possible to create extremely realistic views of items modeled in a CAD environment.
to display or draw text on an output device (usually the computer screen or paper). This usually consists of two processes: transforming a sequence of characters to a set of positioned glyphs and rasterising those glyphs into a bitmap for display on the output device.
To interpret the contents of a document, image, or othher file so that it can be displayed or played back on a computer.
To represent an object or scene in drawing or painting. In digital imaging, the software's creation of the finished image.
To create an image on a visual display from data that describes the scene.