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  • #22311
    Michal Ziobro
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      Alex,

      How about option to select multiple scenes to render preview?

      It would be extremely flexible and powerful.

       

  • #22411
    Alexander KramerAlexander KramerModerator
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      With version 3.07.40 you can use the API for specifying the desired scene for a file.

      1. Add several studios.
      2. Create a script using an example from the file “BatchRendering Script Example.ms”
      3. Add this file to Batch Render Relink.
      /*
      	Example for using the Mode #BeforeOpen:
      	Change StudioFile depends on rendered flle
      	Note: studio must be specified in the list of studios
      */
      if BatchPostScript != undefined and BatchPostScript.GetMode() == #BeforeOpen do (
      	if getFilenamePath BatchPostScript.MaxFile == @"C:\Temp\Buildings\" then (
      		/* Use index of studio */
      		BatchPostScript.StudioFile = 1
      		/* Or full path to studio */
      		-- BatchPostScript.StudioFile = @"C:\Studio for Buildings.max"
      	)
      	else (
      		BatchPostScript.StudioFile = 2
      		-- BatchPostScript.StudioFile = @"C:\Studio for Furnuture.max"
      	)
      )
  • #22501
    Michal Ziobro
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      thank you

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