October 22, 2004 at 3:08 pm #199737IggsParticipant
when rendering a FileOut node in Shake, the flipbook that pops up is half the size of the file being rendered out. I would like it to match whatever FileOut frame size is, but can’t seem to figure out how.
I find it important to watch what is being rendered out in case I need to stop it and make a change instead of waiting for the whole thing to finish and then discovering something small needs changing … could be just me.
The regular flipbook always matches the selected node frame size, so that’s OK.
Is there a line in the nrui or nreal file that needs to be changed?
Cheers, I.October 22, 2004 at 6:59 pm #208878AnonymousInactive
Well this is what the flipbook is for, to preview before your final render of a project. Instead of rendering out your project to only see you need to make a change you should be doing full or 1/2 proxie renders through the flipbook for final checking. The small preview flipbook that opens when rendering a fileout node is more or less for show and not for checking because you should already be pleased with the output you are rendering. Only case is if your rendering out some seq’s for ruff previs and even then you know and expect to have some things not up to par. But anycase this is what the flipbook is for and not the window when rendering a fileout node.October 25, 2004 at 1:06 am #208877AnonymousInactive
The render preview flipbook is supposed to 1/2 sie. It does not effect render oputput. It is more of a progress meter / render checker thing !October 25, 2004 at 1:21 pm #208873IggsParticipant
Cheers, I.July 21, 2005 at 7:00 pm #208879shannonParticipant
Anyone know how to render a fileout without that flipbook popping up?July 24, 2005 at 6:52 pm #208874AnonymousInactive
turn your monitor off!
(kidding aside, ill check the command line tools again. I think ive done that in the past)(cant remember)July 24, 2005 at 6:59 pm #208875AnonymousInactive
qmaster will do it if you turn off the preview window.
I totally forgot, cause i dont like using it.July 24, 2005 at 7:03 pm #208876AnonymousInactive
in the command line there is a command ‘ -view ‘
Try setting its position to off. I cant garentee it will work. but in theory it should.
-cAugust 19, 2010 at 9:26 am #208880katisssParticipant
Just running into this old problem: hiding the flip book for commnd line.
Any solution 6 years on?
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