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From: Alex
Subject: Question about camera multi-view
Date: 13 May 2010 12:47:50
Message: <4bec2d36$1@news.povray.org>
Hi all,

A long time haven't used POVray, but want to return :-)
I just wonder if such a 'tools' would exit, to render for a single scene 
multiple views as if 3 (for example) cameras was in the scene ?

Purpose would be to get eg 3 rendered images with different point of 
view without changing the camera attribute in the source scene...

Any idea for that ??

Thanks,

ALeX


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From: clipka
Subject: Re: Question about camera multi-view
Date: 13 May 2010 13:24:59
Message: <4bec35eb$1@news.povray.org>
Am 13.05.2010 18:47, schrieb Alex:

> A long time haven't used POVray, but want to return :-)
> I just wonder if such a 'tools' would exit, to render for a single scene
> multiple views as if 3 (for example) cameras was in the scene ?
>
> Purpose would be to get eg 3 rendered images with different point of
> view without changing the camera attribute in the source scene...
>
> Any idea for that ??

You /will/ have to set up multiple different cameras in the scene, using 
some #if construct to choose between them (driven either by animation 
variables or ini Declare=... statements).

Or you might use ini Declare=... to set parameters that you'll then use 
in the camera statement.


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From: Alex
Subject: Re: Question about camera multi-view
Date: 13 May 2010 13:31:39
Message: <4bec377b$1@news.povray.org>

> Am 13.05.2010 18:47, schrieb Alex:
>
>> A long time haven't used POVray, but want to return :-)
>> I just wonder if such a 'tools' would exit, to render for a single scene
>> multiple views as if 3 (for example) cameras was in the scene ?
>>
>> Purpose would be to get eg 3 rendered images with different point of
>> view without changing the camera attribute in the source scene...
>>
>> Any idea for that ??
>
> You /will/ have to set up multiple different cameras in the scene, using
> some #if construct to choose between them (driven either by animation
> variables or ini Declare=... statements).
>
> Or you might use ini Declare=... to set parameters that you'll then use
> in the camera statement.

Hi again ;-)

That I already do, but my request is to press the "Run" button only once 
and to get multiple angles views of my scene to check is from different 
cameras view...

Thanks


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From: clipka
Subject: Re: Question about camera multi-view
Date: 13 May 2010 14:18:55
Message: <4bec428f$1@news.povray.org>
Am 13.05.2010 19:31, schrieb Alex:

>> You /will/ have to set up multiple different cameras in the scene, using
>> some #if construct to choose between them (driven either by animation
>> variables or ini Declare=... statements).
>>
>> Or you might use ini Declare=... to set parameters that you'll then use
>> in the camera statement.
>
> Hi again ;-)
>
> That I already do, but my request is to press the "Run" button only once
> and to get multiple angles views of my scene to check is from different
> cameras view...

You can do that using the animation mechanism - using as many frames as 
you have camera views.


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From: Alex
Subject: Re: Question about camera multi-view
Date: 15 May 2010 05:29:29
Message: <4bee6979$1@news.povray.org>

> Hi all,
>
> A long time haven't used POVray, but want to return :-)
> I just wonder if such a 'tools' would exit, to render for a single scene
> multiple views as if 3 (for example) cameras was in the scene ?
>
> Purpose would be to get eg 3 rendered images with different point of
> view without changing the camera attribute in the source scene...
>
> Any idea for that ??
>
> Thanks,
>
> ALeX

Just for interested people, that thread is closed (at least solved) in 
povray.newusers.
Cheers !


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