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Scripting in Blender with Python, and working on the API

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pat
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Post by pat » Thu Mar 18, 2004 8:57 am

where am i supposed to post other requests for python functionality?
(thought of sce.render() and related things)

ascotan
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Post by ascotan » Thu Mar 18, 2004 12:23 pm

Post requests here if you'd like or here:
http://projects.blender.org/tracker/ind ... 9&atid=128

btw, sce.render() was just implemented.

pat
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Post by pat » Fri Mar 19, 2004 9:07 am

ok, here's the rest:
- when there's a sce.render() command, then you'll have to be able to control rendersize (meaning not 800x600, but 100% 50% ...)
- the next thing is a specific filename for the rendered image, given from the script
- the format (tga, jpg...)
- and setting BW, RGB and RGBA buttons

hope i didn't forget something :wink:

i can't do this via shell-rendering cos i have to modify the file before rendering

thanks for your help :!:

jody
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Post by jody » Fri Mar 19, 2004 10:47 am

pat wrote:ok, here's the rest:
- when there's a sce.render() command, then you'll have to be able to control rendersize (meaning not 800x600, but 100% 50% ...)
- the next thing is a specific filename for the rendered image, given from the script
- the format (tga, jpg...)
- and setting BW, RGB and RGBA buttons

hope i didn't forget something :wink:

i can't do this via shell-rendering cos i have to modify the file before rendering

thanks for your help :!:
All of it is alrready in the cvs tree

Jody

pat
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Post by pat » Tue Mar 30, 2004 10:14 am

waiting for 2.33 now ...
some other things:
- setTracked() : there's only getTracked(), this would be useful
- setActiveWorld(), or is there a way to do this in py?

there's also a problem with these chars: [] <> \ {}
input works in the interface, but not in the text editor. this is no real py-request, but kind of related, isn't it?

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