The Jobs page is divided between Rendered Jobs and Estimated Jobs but just like on your Scenes page you have options to sort them by date, name, and status.
In the Estimated Jobs section you can inspect your Job, delete it, or render it (which will turn it into a Rendered Job). We always recommend double checking that your estimated job has the correct information before rendering it.
- You can do this by clicking on the job and inspecting it. Here you well see a highlight of your settings for the Job.
By default you will be shown your Rendered Jobs (this is indicated by the grayed out Rendered Jobs button). Here you will see a small preview of your Job as well as be able to inspect, delete it, download it, or share your Job.
Just like an Estimated Job you can inspect your Rendered Job, which will show a highlight of the settings for the Job. In addition to that you will also see a bar with 1 or more columns inside. Each column represents a frame in the scene and will be displayed in the preview box. Since this an animated Job we have many columns to choose from but in the case of a still, there will only be a single frame which will be represented by a single column.
The last and most important feature of the Jobs page is being able to delete, download, and share your Job. Which are represented my the 3 icons on the right side of your Job.
Deleting your Job is rather self explanatory so we will focus on downloading and sharing your Job. Both options operate very similarly, when selected they will redirect you to another page where you will be able to the range of frames and output format(s) that you want to download/share. Once you have done that click on the button below and you will be redirected to a page where your Job can be downloaded. In the case of sharing your Job you will be redirected to this same page but will also have a link that you can give out at the top of the page.
Sharing and downloading animated Jobs can be done even when it is in progress but you will only be able to use these options with the frames that have finished rendering.