- Thu Apr 09, 2009 6:32 am
Hi Joe, since Cinema has its own robust animation capabilities, the plugin does not provide extra tools like the animation toolbar in Rhino - so it has no similar function to the one you used in Rhino. You could mimic what the Rhino plugin is doing manually though:
- choose an output name that follows the format filename_xxxx where xxxx would be 0001, 0002, 0003, 0004, etc.
- position your camera for the 0001 shot and export an MXS
- position yoru camera for the 0002 shot and export an MXS
- (repeat for all views)
- open MXCL from your Start menu
- from the File menu, open the first MXS
- find the Animation > Frames box in the Render Options tab and enter the frame range you want to render, i.e. 1-8
- click Render
That should get MXCL thinking you're rendering an animation, even though all the MXS files are really unrelated to one another.
Next Limit Team