Trying to save render time.
So here’s my situation: I’ve made an aircraft model that has interior cockpit details for when I render images for the inside.
If I render an image of the aircraft from the outside (i.e. you can’t see the cockpit), will those details inside be rendered, since they are not visible from the camera view?
And I can’t move all these details to a new layer or hide them, because of things like the seat having to be visible through the canopy glass. Not sure if only what you can see though the glass be rendered, or would it still use the entire object for the seat- most of which can’t be seen from the camera.
And( yes, I’m still new to this. I do understand that a render is a generated image, but since this is not an animation I don’t know if it will use all the vertices that are hidden behind objects, facing away from the camera, etc.)