When you specify a collection of render settings that give you the results you want, saving them as a custom preset lets you quickly reuse the settings.
Using a standard preset as a base, you can experiment with settings and see how the rendered images look. Once youâ€™re satisfied with the results, you can create a new, custom preset.
You can review and change the render settings for any preset in your drawing in the following ways:
The tree view pane shows all the presets that are stored with the current drawing. The tree view is split between the standard render presets and any custom presets youâ€™ve created. You can change the order of standard and custom presets by dragging one above the other in the tree view. When you create a new preset, it is always added to the Custom Render Presets branch. It will also appear in the Render Presets lists on the Render dashboard and the Render Settings palette.
. Using a standard preset as a base, you can make adjustments to the settings and see how the rendered images look. Once youâ€™re satisfied with the results, you can create a new, custom preset.Many of the render settings found on the Render Settings palette can also be set in the
Only custom render presets can be deleted. If youâ€™ve selected a standard preset, the Delete button is inactive.
In order for a render preset to be used by the renderer, it must be made current. While working in the Render Presets Manager, you select presets you want to edit, but in order for the renderer to use them, you have to click the Set Current button. Otherwise, the preset chosen on the Render panel of the dashboard or the Advanced Render Settings palette is used.
If you make changes to a standard render preset, its name is prefaced with an asterisk to indicate that a change has been made to its original settings. If the rendered results are acceptable, you can save the preset by entering a new name in the presets list on the Render dashboard or on the Render Settings palette.
If you change the settings of a custom render preset, you can enter a new name to create a new, custom render preset or choose to update the preset from the presets list on the Render dashboard or on the Render Settings palette.