jrdnmlr at gmail.com
Mon Jun 25 19:27:29 CEST 2012
ok thank you, this is great news. The doc said this is a feature that will NOT be implemented soon so I was trying to find my own way thorugh it.
But how is one supposed to know that:
bpy.types.RenderSettings.border_max_x cannot be called directly? instead it is set at:
and so on...?
The mouse-over tooltip for the Border checkbox incorrectly lists: RenderSetting.use_border when instead it should specify, I think, bpy.data.scenes.render.use_border.
It took me a could hours digging around the internet along with a LOT of trial and error to figure this out (i had to control-space autocomplete each bpy.data variable to find the one I was looking for).
This little bit from the docs is really unhelpful... it says the problem is obvious but doesn't explain all mappings from class to active variable:
On Jun 25, 2012, at 6:43 AM, Brecht Van Lommel wrote:
> Here are the properties:
> This will become a builtin Cycles feature soon though, to render tiled
> with less memory.
> On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 4:36 PM, Jordan Miller <jrdnmlr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This works in Cycles!
>> I am trying to scale-up my renders for printing poster-size. Obviously I run out of memory quickly with my video card. However, if we could break up the scene into chunks and render those then it would be a lot faster to use GPU since it could fit on the GPU memory.
>> My experiments here are true, the use border setting followed by shift-B to define the rendered area. A scene that barely does not fit on my video card DOES fit if I create 4 versions of the .blend file with a shift-B defined quadrant in each one for rendering.
>> How do I script the border size option? I found:
>> But that is a boolean and does not have values for x,y.
>> So if we can find the python definition for these then I could add a preference for rendering "Tiles" with cycles that the user could assemble afterwards.
>> This could allow crowd-sourcing of Mango rendering, for example, where even weak GPU cards could render pixels for the final movie.
>> please help me find how to programmatically set the shift-B border size and position so that we can add this feature to Blender!
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