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Temporary Location of Rendered Image

New Here ,
Oct 25, 2017 Oct 25, 2017

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Hi

I have Rendered my Image and it looks very good since the Render says 50%.

Is there a way to stopp the Render and use the Image as it is?

When i stopp the Render before 100% there is no Image at my Output.... I have to wait for hours.....

So the Question is...Where is the Temporary Image Placed on my Mac System?

Thanks and Greetings...and Thanks for the Amazing simple Software!

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Adobe Employee , Oct 25, 2017 Oct 25, 2017
Yes, you can use the snapshot button (the camera icon) during rendering.  It is the icon right next to cancel.  Be sure to snapshot before you cancel the render.  Once you cancel the progress, you are discarding the render and saying you're done with it!

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Yes, you can use the snapshot button (the camera icon) during rendering.  It is the icon right next to cancel.  Be sure to snapshot before you cancel the render.  Once you cancel the progress, you are discarding the render and saying you're done with it!

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