from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. One who, or that which, renders.
  • n. A vessel in which lard, tallow, etc., is rendered.
  • n. A software or hardware process that generates a visual image from a model.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who renders.
  • n. A vessel in which lard or tallow, etc., is rendered.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who renders.


render +‎ -er (Wiktionary)


  • MPC-HC's internal subtitle renderer handles BD-SUP in M2TS as well.

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  • Line 12 of source file NoHeaderRolloverADG. mxml makes use of the AdvancedDataGrid method isHeaderItemRenderer, which is passed any itemRenderer, and returns a Boolean to say whether the renderer is a header renderer or not. - Rich Internet Application Development

  • One of the interesting aspects of this case was the fact that Skyline's method claim recited data being transmitted to and from a "renderer":

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  • I was delighted that Synfig Studio has a command line renderer which is just called synfig and that the file format is XML, which would make it simple to batch-create the title animations.

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  • How can I output javascript function names without double quotes, e.g. "renderer": myRendererFunc,


  • 'renderer', they are the initial visual the agency uses to sell an ad concept to the client.

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  • Taniguchi is probably the foremost renderer of the middle-aged man that I can think of.

    From the stack: The Summit of the Gods vol. 1

  • While is lacks a decent raytrace renderer, the program is working great the other way round: make your models look sketchy, like they're drawn with charcoal, edding, or the like.

    Model Your Home, Plan Improvements In 3D With Google Sketchup | Lifehacker Australia

  • April 22, 2010 at 8: 46 AM now .. can I run chrome renderer thingie in ietab inside of chrome?

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  • The church, as constructed, was square in plan [a rare centralized Gothic plan -- MGA], with nearly identical high bays that radiated from the crossing; the north and south bays were to serve as transepts, the east as a narthext and the west as the choir [below, in a drawing by the famous renderer Hugh Ferriss].

    Arthur Brown and St. Mark's, Seattle


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