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Pixlmonky
08-04-2010, 12:44 AM
I am trying to get the image that Maya just rendered. I have been able to find what Maya is scheduled to render with 'renderSettings'. But with that you only find an image name, not the actual image being rendered. There is a work around for it by quering the frame number and re-querying the frame with the frame number. But then Maya gets completely confused if you want to find multiple images(ie. stereo renders, passes). I actually had a laugh yesterday when Maya rendered an image with these flags...
sh01_<RenderLayer>_<RenderPass>_<Camera>
the resulting image: sh01_diffuse_MasterBeauty_leftCamera
querry'd image: sh01_diffuse__leftCamera
Maya knew that MasterBeauty was a pass when it wrote the file but forgot when it tried to querry it.

So, is there a way to querry all the images Maya has just rendered? All passes?


cheers
pixlmonky

ndeboar
08-04-2010, 01:42 AM
closest i ever got was:
-genericFrameImageName

And filled in the gaps.

Pixlmonky
08-04-2010, 03:06 AM
Yeah, that is what I am using to get the frame scheduled to render. But it won't tell me all the frames that were rendered.

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