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Is there any way in blender, to render only one object from this big scene but still have the rest of the objects affecting it ?

I need to change material to this small piece but i dont wanna render the rest of the scene again. (its big)

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You can toggle object visibility at render:

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Or play for each object with Cycles settings (here in 2.79):

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You can also render just a portion of the screen (CTRL-B on 2.79, then draw the box around your object) which can work mostly if your object doesn't move much in an animation.

For batching Cycles settings, I guess a python script would work, but that's above my current paygrade.

You can probably find an easy way to run through the objects list and set cycles_visibility.diffuse, cycles_visibility.camera, etc.

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  • $\begingroup$ the first option it will just render the one i want but not affected by the other object so that doesnt do it for me. The second i think is the one that i need....Is there a way to mess with ray visibility for the whole collective ? $\endgroup$ – kay777 May 28 at 23:00
  • $\begingroup$ So first I had misunderstood. I thought that by "affected" you meant physics and stuff, but you mean shadows, reflections, etc. I will update my answer. $\endgroup$ – Kiskit May 29 at 7:51

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