Add support for V-Ray standalone renderer
|Assignee:||Andreas Schröder||% Done:|
I'm still working on support for V-Ray standalone renderer.What's still missing:
- vray exits always with status 1 (enable workaround or wait for next version)
- render directory is not setable (currently, I edit the vscene file)
- the frame images have no number in the filename (edit the vscene file or wait for next version)
#3 Updated by Andreas Schröder almost 10 years ago
I'm currently switched to Linux for V-Ray support development.
There's a new version available:
=============================================== V-Ray Standalone, version 0.10.13 for x64 Copyright (C) 2000-2008 Chaos Group Ltd. All rights reserved. Use -credits option for additional third-party copyright notices. Build from Sep 9 2008, 22:12:40 Compiled with GCC-compatible compiler, version 4.1 Operating system is Linux V-Ray core version is 1.60.16 ===============================================Some news:
- V-Ray standalone now exists with a proper exit status
- output frames are now numbered when you force the output filename
/opt/autodesk/maya/vray/bin/vray -scenefile="test1.vrscene" -display=0 -autoClose=1 -imgFile="output.tif" -frames=1
- the render directory is still not settable (we can force a output filename or edit the vrscene)
#4 Updated by Andreas Schröder over 9 years ago
- Status changed from In progress to Fixed
- Resolution set to fixed
I'm testing a new V-Ray for Maya/standalone version.
/opt/autodesk/maya/vray/bin/vray -scenefile="vray_test1.vrscene" -display=0 -autoClose=1 -imgFile="output.tif" -frames=3 Reading configuration from "/opt/autodesk/maya2008-x64/vray/bin//vrayconfig.xml" =============================================== V-Ray Standalone, version 0.10.14 for x64 Copyright (C) 2000-2008 Chaos Group Ltd. All rights reserved. Use -credits option for additional third-party copyright notices. Build from Dec 16 2008, 07:24:54 Compiled with GCC-compatible compiler, version 4.1 Operating system is Linux V-Ray core version is 1.60.16 =============================================== Loading plugins from "/opt/autodesk/maya/vray/vrayplugins/libvray_*.so" 81 plugin(s) loaded successfully Reading scene file "/home/kaazoo/Dokumente/Renderfarm/vray_test1.vrscene" /home/kaazoo/Dokumente/Renderfarm/vray_test1.vrscene: done [0h 0m 0.0s] Scene file parsed successfully in 0.0 s. Scene created successfully. Objects in scene: 56 Starting render sequence. Preparing renderer... Preparing scene for rendering...: done [0h 0m 0.0s] ======================== Starting frame 3. Preparing scene for frame...: done [0h 0m 0.0s] Compiling geometry...: done [0h 0m 0.1s] Building static raycast accelerator...: done [0h 0m 0.0s] SDTree statistics: Total number of faces stored: 3444 Max tree depth: 19 Average tree depth: 12.1102 Number of tree nodes: 1213 Number of tree faces: 7700 Number of tree leafs: 463 Average faces/leaf: 16.6307 Memory usage: 1.83 MB Rendering image...: done [0h 0m 2.3s] Number of raycasts: 252298 Successfully written image file "output.tif" Frame took 2.44 s. Closing log.
This generates the image file "output.0003.tif".
The output directory is still not settable via command line. In DrQueueOnRails, this is solved through editing the vrscene file.
This ticket seems to be solved for me. But I will add another new ticket for an integration into Drqman.