|09 September 2002||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2001
- Script to Check Light Passes
I usually check how individual lights look before rendering (usually save as a pass for composition). I got tired of manually excluding and including them, so I whipped up a simple script to do it. Just select the light you want to check, hit the Set button, and render (F9). Once done, you can reset things with the click of a button.
Since I whipped this up so fast, it might be a big buggy. Give it a try if you might find it useful. I know it'll make my days a little easier.
|09 September 2002||#3|
3D Generalist/ VFX Artist
I am an idiot. It does thats->select 1 light and all other auto turn off.
( dumb phrase: but isn't checking them of in the Scene editor much faster or am i Great script.
Anyone has "AfterEffects in Production" book.
There is a occulsion pass and the GI pass that are part of the tutorial.
the GI pass would be great for this or closely related plugin...
where u can assign gi lights and then turn them off and the normal lights turn on.
Maya | Lightwave | Messiah
Last edited by Julez4001 : 09 September 2002 at 08:32 PM.
|01 January 2006||#4|
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