The Render Settings Pane is typically where you would find the controls for setting the global dimensions/aspect ratio for your render. These settings are used for all views/cameras you might render your scene from. New to this version, is the ability to override the global settings with camera specific settings.
This means you can have multiple cameras, each with their own unique dimensions/aspect ratio, all in the same scene. And the settings can be saved/loaded from Camera Presets for future re-use.
linvanchene wrote:The Camera Local Dimension Override works perfectly fine with Iray and 3Delight.
One could guess that in combination with a batch render script this feature is used to render out multiple image versions of the same scene with different camera setups at different resolutions.
linvanchene wrote:The OctaneRender plugin for DAZ Studio has a similar Render Cue functionality in the Animation Tab.
The idea of the OcDS Render Cue is also to render out multiple image versions of the same scene.
In the OcDS Render Cue you also have the option to set different "Render Settings" for different frames.
linvanchene wrote:In theory it might be interesting to be able to use the Camera Local Dimension override in combination with the Render Cue.
In practice this is probably also a case of: Needs another look after the more crucial issues are resolved.
I 100% agree with what you are saying - it is confusing to have the majority of the settings in the Octane panel, but then some other settings attached to the camera and mesh items. Not much that can be done about it - but it could be better highlighted in the manual.As for the Octane Plugin, I'd consider it at least unfortunate, if you have to take care of settings outside of the plugin's panel.
Can you check the Solutions to Common Problems at https://render.otoy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=44&t=72450 and if that does not help, provide the information requested in that post.dalgetyboy wrote:Same problem.
Tried turning off the dimensions ... and rebuilding scene ....
still 4 x 4 pixels???
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