Export 3D Animation To Image

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Export a snapshot of the 3D viewer and save the file to disk.

  • multiple files in the workspace can be selected
  • multiple frames of data can be exported to individual files
Note: if there are multiple output files (either because of multiple files or multiple frames), the name of the file is used as a prefix on the output file and the frame number is appended.

Pipeline Command

Export_3D_Animation_To_Image
/FILE_NAME=
/IMAGE_FILE_NAME=
/APPEND_FRAME_TO_FILENAME=
/START_FRAME=1
/END_FRAME=
/EVENT_SEQUENCE=
/EXCLUDE_EVENTS=
/OUTPUT_WIDTH=640
/OUTPUT_HEIGHT=480
;

Exporting one image

In the following example:

  • One Image is exported from the first file that matches the wildcard specificat
  • Frame 10 is exported
  • The output file is specified using the IMAGE_FILE_NAME parameter


Export_3D_Animation_To_Image
/FILE_NAME=*2.c3d
/IMAGE_FILE_NAME=Z:\temp\outImage.png
/APPEND_FRAME_TO_FILENAME=FALSE
! /IMAGE_FORMAT=png
/START_FRAME=10
/END_FRAME=
/EVENT_SEQUENCE=
/EXCLUDE_EVENTS=
! /OUTPUT_WIDTH=640
! /OUTPUT_HEIGHT=480
;
ExportImageDlg2.jpg
mvc002 61.png

Exporting multiple images

In the following example:

  • Images are exported from all files in the workspace.
  • Frames 1 and 2 are exported
  • All frames within the Event_Sequence (LHS-LTO) are exported
  • The target folder for the files is specified using the IMAGE_FILE_NAME parameter
  • The exported file contains the name of the original file appended with the frame number


Export_3D_Animation_To_Image
/FILE_NAME=*.c3d
/IMAGE_FILE_NAME=Z:\temp\
/APPEND_FRAME_TO_FILENAME=TRUE
/START_FRAME=1
/END_FRAME=2
/EVENT_SEQUENCE=LHS+LTO
/EXCLUDE_EVENTS=
/OUTPUT_WIDTH=640
/OUTPUT_HEIGHT=480
;
ExportImageDlg.jpg

Version 4 Implementation

Export a snapshot of the 3D viewer and save the file to disk.

in Version 4:

  • only one file in the workspace can be selected
  • only one frame of data can be exported
  • only one exported filename can be specified.
Export_3D_Animation_To_Image
! /FILE_NAME=
! /IMAGE_FILE_NAME=
! /FRAME=1
! /OUTPUT_WIDTH=640
! /OUTPUT_HEIGHT=480
;

This is consistent with the export option under the [File Menu Item]


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