Hi, I’m fairly new to Blender, especially Cycles, and I was wondering if there is a way to render a scene “forever,” as in you actually have to abort the render when you tell it to stop instead of setting samples or whatever. I have to use my CPU because I’m on a laptop with a poor GPU and I know you can set the shader options in the 3D workspace to “rendered” and it will render forever as long as your preview settings are set to 0. When I set the render samples to 0 they automatically change to a minimum value of 1. Is there anyway to render it forever so if I went out or something and came back home to my computer I could stop it manually? I want to know if you can do this so I can render it overnight or something and get the best, clearest image possible. Thanks.