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Batch rendering from the commandline.

A - answer With the 3dsvizcmd.exe commandline utility you can start Autodesk VIZ rendering jobs (local and network) directly from the OS command line or from batch files.
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27.8.2005    6021×  
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applies to: VIZ2005 · VIZ2006 ·

See also:
Tip 6825:Render .max files from DOS commandline.
Tip 6660:How to optimize complex 3D models?
Tip 3559:How to batch-render a series of views, scenes or files?
Tip 856:Can I set the maximum network rendering timeout to more than 65535 seconds?

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