renderInc v1.0


 
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Contributor: Simon Jokuschies
render out frame range with increment steps. Good for checking the overall animation of the comp without having to render every frame, so you'll get faster feedback.
Requirements:
8.0, 7.1, 7.0, 6.3 or later
18 Aug 2014
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In order to evaluate a Comp in motion, in many cases you do not need all frames. With renderInc frames can be rendered in a specified interval automatically. Simply select the first and last frame and set an increment value. After rendering a read node is automatically created and the knob 'missing frames' is set to nearest, so missing frames are filled with the respective nearest existing one. RenderInc thus saves a lot of time in the daily workflow when it comes to evaluating intermediate renderings. If you're satisfied with the result, you can change the mode to 'fill'. Thus, all previously missing frames are rendered, already rendered frames are skipped.

 

How to instal renderInc?

Download renderInc and copy the whole folder into your nuke home directory.
In your init.py add this line:

nuke.pluginAddPath('renderInc')

 

video tutorial for renderInc can be found here:

http://www.leafpictures.de/renderInc

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Comments   

 
0 # Charles Taylor 2014-08-20 20:46
For local renders, I believe you can simply type in "1-100x4" to skip frames in the render - am I wrong?

Perhaps remembering something from the Shake days?
 
 
0 # Simon Jokuschies 2014-08-26 15:08
Hey Charles, to just skip frames in the rendering process that's true. But as far as i know you can't skip already rendered frames (maybe there's some other workaround, i don't know) RenderInc however also creates a read node from the write node with the missing frames mode already set to nearest frame.
 

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