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Old 05 May 2013   #1
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Hi guys

I rendered a sequence and now i realized that there are mistakes in a couple of frames.
How is it possible to render for example frame 2, 15, 50,55, 60....
I would like to render it with the command line. Does any one know how to to that? I just can't figure it out.
Thanks a lot
 
Old 05 May 2013   #2
If you are familiar with Python, there are some render scripts attached to post #4 in this thread. You could simply create list of the frames you want to render and then use a loop to render each frame.
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Old 05 May 2013   #3
Thanks a lot for the for the hint. Unfortunately i'm just getting started with python and don't really know how to use that script. could you give mi another hint? thanks a lot. and is it also working with vray?
cheers
 
Old 05 May 2013   #4
A simpler but clunkier method would be to just make a batch script that does each frame as a separate render, like so:


Render -s 1 -e 1 projectfile.mb
Render -s 15 -e 15 projectfile.mb
Render -s 50 -e 50 projectfile.mb


etc. A bit awkward, but it will get all your frames and be "fire and forget".
 
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