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k3d-renderframe - Part of a simple system for queueing K-3D render jobs on the local host
k3d-renderframe [OPTIONS] [DIRECTORY ...]
Extracted from http://www.k-3d.org/wiki/Network_Rendering
Currently, K-3D implements a simple system for queueing rendering jobs on the local host.
When the user initiates a job (such as rendering a preview image, rendering a final frame,
or rendering an animation), a job directory is created (usually in /tmp, although this can
be configured). The job directory contains a lock file, a control file named control.k3d,
and one-to-many numbered frame directories. The name of the lock file changes to flag the
sta.IP tus of the job as "ready", "running", "complete", or "error". The control.k3d file
is currently unused. Each frame directory contains a lock file, a control file named
control.k3d and zero-to-many frame resources. The name of the lock file changes to flag
the status of the frame as "ready", "running", "complete", or "error". The control.k3d
file is an XML file that encodes a set of operations that must be completed successfully
to change the status of the frame from "ready" to "complete". Three types of operation are
allowed: a "render" operation that executes a pre-configured render command using a fixed
set of command-line arguments, a "copy" operation that copies a file from one filesystem
location to another; and a "view" operation that displays a bitmap image using the user’s
choice of image viewer. The frame resources are inputs to the render engine, such as RIB
files, texture images, shaders, etc.
The k3d-renderjob executable is run with the path to a job directory as an argument.
k3d-renderjob updates the job lock file, iterating over each frame directory, spawning an
instance of k3d-renderframe for each frame (one at a time). k3d-renderframe is run with
the path to a frame directory as an argument, updating the frame lock file, reading the
control file, and executing the operations that it specifies.
Prints this help information and exits.
Prints program version information and exits.
K-3D by Timothy M. Shead <email@example.com>, and many others. This manpage written by
Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
K-3D home page: http://www.k-3d.org
Copyright (c) 1995-2010, Timothy M. Shead. All Rights Reserved. This software is licensed
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