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Poser F.A.Q (Updated: 2019 Jan 31 1:28 pm)
Subject: Stopping renders in the queue manager
In Poser, in Superfly, if you have Progressive Refinement on, you can set the pixel samples pretty high and leave a render cooking and stop it whenever you feel that the quality is good enough, then save that.
I've just started using the Queue Manager, to leave more than one render going while I sleep. But I can't figure out the amount of pixel samples I need, and it's just taking too long, much more than overnight. But I find that before completing it just creates a .pz3 file instead of a final image. Is there any way to stop it and save the image the way it is when you stopped it?