The ifdScriptGenerator OTL was created to sent sequences of IFDs to mantra from the command line. Additionally you have an option to split frame range into parts, so you can make use out of dual-core boxes. It is also a good example of how you can sent various unix commands to the csh using the shellROP.
changes from version 1.0
- the way of assigning frames to pools was rebuilt. Right now frames are assigned every N frames
(defined by number of processors) which gives priority to the first frames in a sequence.
Previously script divided frame range into N chunks and assigned each one to each thread.
- render selected frames option
- progress file. Simple text file which is updated after each rendered frame.