11. To view the animation, click the Play Animation button in the top toolbar (it resembles a small arm). This will bring up a list of possible actions available in the scene. Select the one for the woman walking and click Record in the timeline to create a take.
12. A character can interact with various props placed on the set. Click the Play Animation button, select an animation (in this case, making our character open a drawer) and press Record. This is an easy way to build up a complex series of actions in a scene.
13. The final stage is to render your movie and output it as a video file. Go to Preferences, Output to bring up a dialog box presenting various options. These include selecting the video and audio format, and whether to make lights visible.
14. Double-click the Takes folder in the set list and right-click on any recordings of animations that you’ve made in the timeline. From the menu that appears, select Create Video to start rendering your scene and save it to your hard drive.