You can change the scene's priority level in the processing queue. Increasing a scene's priority lets the system process it before other scenes in the processing queue.
Use the Choose New Priority dialog box to change a scene's rendering and vectorization queue priority. The priority is set using a sliding scale where 0 is the highest priority and 10 is the lowest.
For example, If Scene B comes before Scene A in the queue, you can change the scene's priority so that Scene A will be processed first.
To change a scene's priority:
|1.||Select the environment, the job and the scene you want to prioritize.|
|2.||In the top menu, select Scene > Change Priority. You can also right-click anywhere in the Scenes list and select Change Priority.|
The Choose New Priority dialog box appears.
|3.||Drag the slider to the desired priority (0 means the job has the highest priority for processing through the Vectorize or Render queue and a Job with a priority of 10 is the least important).|
|4.||Click on the OK button.|
The new scene priority appears in the Scenes list in the Priority column.
|•||Modifying Entries in the Vectorize Queue|
|•||Modifying the Entries in the Render Queue|