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 ====== The render of a multiscene project ====== ====== The render of a multiscene project ======
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 The way that we render Blender projects on the RANCH allows you to render still images on multiple scenes thank to only one **.blend** file.  The way that we render Blender projects on the RANCH allows you to render still images on multiple scenes thank to only one **.blend** file. 
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 +This option can be implemented automatically thanks to our **RANCHecker add-on for Blender**. If you are using this process, the number of the frame to render that will be written in **Multiscene.txt** would be the one from the timeline at the moment you have created the archive file with the “//Pack your project//​” button.
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 Hence, you can load several large still images with only one **.vub** archive file. Each of these frames will be rendered on a specific servor. Hence, you can load several large still images with only one **.vub** archive file. Each of these frames will be rendered on a specific servor.
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 The **.txt** file contains informations such as the following ones : The **.txt** file contains informations such as the following ones :
 //Scene name; resolution; frames to render; which frames have to be rendered or not// //Scene name; resolution; frames to render; which frames have to be rendered or not//
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-This option can be implemented automatically thanks to our **RANCHecker add-on for Blender**. If you are using this process, the number of the frame to render that will be written in **Multiscene.txt** would be the one from the timeline at the moment you have created the archive file with the “//Pack your project//​” button. 
    
  
blender/multiscene.txt · Last modified: 2017/09/29 16:15 by ranchadmin