Take SnapShots of your Render Configurations
SnapShots are used to store all data needed to replay your scene. SnapShots contain the materials, background, lighting and camera information that were active at the time of creating the SnapShot. You can also update a previously created Snapshot with components of the current setup, or use individual components of a SnapShot to apply to the current setup. Renditioner allows you to create up to 5 SnapShots per image. For unlimited SnapShots, see Renditioner Pro.
The SnapShot tab provides tools to set different aspects of quality for the current render and for the SnapShots that you have defined. This allows users to trade off image quality against render speed for different operations.
Show Photorealistic or Real-time Image of SnapShots
Right click on a SnapShot to bring up a full size version of a photorealistic or a real-time (un-rendered) image associated with that SnapShot into the Image Window. When a SnapShot is saved, it doesn’t have a photorealistic image associated with it, unless you have selected ‘Attached Last Render’ from this menu, taking the current photorealistic image, or rendered the SnapShot via the ‘Render All SnapShots’ or ‘Render This SnapShot’ functions.