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So far, I’ve been doing quite a bit of animating… without much saving of the animations. I know how to save my rendered images, but I still don’t know how to save my rendered animations. Every time they’ve been short enough for me not to care if I save it or not.
I have now reached the point of my caring. My animation is a little longer (about a minute) and I’m proud enough to save it instead of just rendering it. But, before I embark on trial and error every few hours of attempting to save it and/or render it multiple times, I would just like to know ahead of time.
Right before I clicked the render button, I realized that that probably won’t save the video. I checked on Google on how, and I think I’ve got all of the steps down, except for one thing… there’s three outputs in all of the instructions I’ve seen, and I want to make sure I’m doing this right.
Question(s): What do I do with the output to make sure I save it? Is there only supposed to be two outputs like I see? After I render it can I just close it and it will be fine?
Thank you in advance.