Got a few renders to do over night?
Using the Publisher is a great way to batch render a lot of images.
1st set the view settings of your perspective.
Once you click ok it might start to render an image, you can click the “Stop Render” button at the bottom of the screen.
Next step is to set up a new publishing set and move the views you want to render into your new publisher set.
Select your desired output format.
When you’re ready to publish click the Publish button like you would when you publish PDF or a DWG.
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