Agreed - although perhaps an even better workflow would be to have a separate item called an Octane Proxy (which specifies the filename of an ORBX).Request 1: Can you add the Proxy Filename link also to the modo proxy objects? Is this possible?
this would make the workflow much simpler.
Filenames are used throughout the plugin, and none of them support the Modo Path Alias - so this needs to be implemented across the plugin. Which specific pathalias name are you changing?Request 2: it seems that the Proxy Filename field does not take into account the Path Aliases from modo.
If I change the location of the path alias, the name here stays the same and I have to update each octane proxy location manually.
Can this be fixed?
You can render Modo Proxies if you turn on the Render Cache in the Kernel->Settings panel. I suggest using the Render Cache with caution, as there are still some outstanding issues with it that have been bugged with Foundry. Support for Modo Proxies is not viable without the Render Cache enabled.would it be possible for Octane to render modo proxies directly as well?
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