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From: MRe
Subject: Moray 3.5 und Povray 3.6.1
Date: 4 Nov 2007 20:20:00
Message: <web.472e28073cfd2ff5e361d01d0@news.povray.org>
HI
I am workin with Povray 3.6.1 (latest released version) and Moray 3.5 (Windows
XP). However the first Raytrace works and then Povray does not response anymore
and has to be closed by the task manager. Moray has set all parameters
automatically to define the interface parameters between both programs. The
..pov-file generated by Movray works well within Povray, so somethings wrong
with Movray I think. Any ideas?

Thanks MRe


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From: Thomas de Groot
Subject: Re: Moray 3.5 und Povray 3.6.1
Date: 5 Nov 2007 13:33:32
Message: <472f1bac$1@news.povray.org>
"MRe" <mar### [at] gmxde> schreef in bericht 
news:web.472e28073cfd2ff5e361d01d0@news.povray.org...
> HI
> I am workin with Povray 3.6.1 (latest released version) and Moray 3.5 
> (Windows
> XP). However the first Raytrace works and then Povray does not response 
> anymore
> and has to be closed by the task manager. Moray has set all parameters
> automatically to define the interface parameters between both programs. 
> The
> ..pov-file generated by Movray works well within Povray, so somethings 
> wrong
> with Movray I think. Any ideas?
>
>

Unfortunately, if you use Moray, you have to (repeat: have to) use POV-Ray 
3.5. Moray has never been updated to work flawlessly with version 3.6. For a 
next version we have to wait until the POV-Ray team finds the time to 
integrate Moray more fully into the POV-Ray environment.

On the other hand, what you can do if you want to use version 3.6 or 3.7, is 
to open the .pov file exported by Moray into your favourite POV-Ray version 
and make changes there if you want to.

What I typically do quite often, is build basic scene blocks in Moray which 
I later include into a POV-Ray scene under Megapov for instance, taking care 
to adjust the axis orientation by adding: scale <1,1,-1> rotate <90,0,0>  to 
the exported blocks.

Hope this helps,

Thomas


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