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The render view bars at top and bottom used to be left and right in my R18 version.  Is this a setting somewhere or a change in R20?

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They indicate the part of the viewport that would be in a final rendering. If the viewport proportions are different from the image proportions the bars indicate what will not be in the final image. Depending on how you scale the viewport and set the render resolution the bars can be seen horizontaly or vertically, it is up to you.

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  • On 5/28/2019 at 6:00 PM, marmalade said:

    The render view bars at top and bottom used to be left and right in my R18 version.  Is this a setting somewhere or a change in R20?

    anyone know?

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    I don't get how this is not answered by Srek in the post above. If that's not what you mean you need to elaborate further on what 'Render bars' you are talking about. 

     

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    I think @marmalade means widescreen vs 'regular' -

     

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    it's in render settings

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  • 19 hours ago, jed said:

    I think @marmalade means widescreen vs 'regular' -

     

    aspectratio.thumb.png.31cb3dc0590857d082145c8848d546c1.png

     

    it's in render settings

    thank you. this is exactly what I meant.  

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