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Old 30-01-2003, 02:46 PM   #1
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Question Multiple Render Queueing...

Would someone mind supplying a (relative) newbie
with a concise step-by-step recipe for kicking off
multiple renders, one after another?

EG - Having saved each scene file, ready to click
the render button (scene1.mb, scene2.mb, scene3.mb...)
How do you tell Maya to open each one, render the
whole range, then move onto the next mb file?

Will each scene need its own Render Globals set?

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If you download render pal off of highend3d, it is exactly what you need. Hope this helps,
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yep.... thats the only one i know of... if you want something goto highend first... damn i have found almost all the tools ever wanted(well... most) there
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Thanks for the replies, guys...

Im having trouble finding render pal on HighEnd...

Is it in the MEL scripts, or plugins section? Can I get a direct url?

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Ah got it - The tools section!

It also has its own website - www.renderpal.com

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OK, so Ive downloaded Render Pal, installed it, but theres no guide as to how to use it or anything.

Would anyone who is using Render Pal please offer a step-by-step on how to get queuing multiple renders with it.

First thing it asks for it mayabatch.exe?

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