QUOTE(Steven547 @ Apr 22 2007, 10:56 PM)
Another thing I noticed, is when I render to a file, the "VIEW" that I have when I click render, is the view I will see in the render mode, not what the camera "sees".
That's so you can render something other than the camera view if you want.
hit "1" on the number pad to select the camera view before you go to render.
1: camera didn't move
Your description sounds like you're not rendering the camera view.
2: the frames ended at 4:29 ( I had ended the last camera shot at 5:07, so no camera movement)
perhpas the render range was not set to go to 5:07
3: during the "prerender" the camera did move, but the character stayed in place looking AT you. So basically, only the camera moved AROUND instead of YOU moving WITH the camera.
sounds like you're not looking thru the camera view