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The node sets the destination file path(s) as the result file of this node’s work item.
The selected menu item of the
The file tag of source inputs.
The file path of the file to copy.
The file path that the input(s) will be copied to.
The destination folder where files will be copied to.
The file tag to use for the copied file(s).
The selected menu item of the
The list of files that will be copied when the inputs are sourced from upstream result files.
Copy File(s) During
When to copy the files:
The file(s) will be copied during the work item generation stage. When this is on, the file is copied whenever the node generates static items (when the network starts cooking, or when you explicitly ask to generate static items). Only turn this on if the file exists ahead of time or the node is set to dynamic work item generation.
The file(s) will be copied during the cook and within the graph cooking process. This will usually be preferred to cooking out of process unless the file size is very large.
The file(s) will be copied during the cook and within their own process. This mode is usually best for copying large files in another process so that it doesn’t hold up cooking the rest of the network.
Specifies the source for the file(s) to be copied:
Upstream Output File
Get the file path(s) from the incoming work item’s
output attribute and copy any files that have a tag matching the File Tag parameter. This allows multiple files to be copied at once.
Custom File Path
Copy the file specified by the
File Path parameter.
When the file source is upstream result files, this specifies the tag of the result files that should be copied.
When the file source is a custom file path, this specifies the filepath of that file.
Specifies where the files will be copied to:
The file(s) will be copied to the directory specified by the
Directory parameter. This option should be used when copying multiple files.
The file will be copied to the directory specified by the
File Path parameter. This option should be avoided when copying multiple files, or each file copy will overwrite the previous copy.
The directory that the source file(s) will be copied to when copying to a directory.
The filepath that the source file will be copied to when copying to a file path.
This node sets the destination path as the "file result" of its work item. The file tag to use for the result. The default is just
file. You may want to specialize the tag based on the type of file being copied (for example,
TOP Scheduler Override
This parameter overrides the TOP scheduler for this node.
Work Item Priority
This parameter determines how the current scheduler prioritizes the work items in this node.
Inherit From Upstream Item
The work items inherit their priority from their parent items. If a work item has no parent, its priority is set to 0.
The work item priority is set to the value of Priority Expression.
Node Defines Priority
This parameter specifies an expression for work item priority. The expression is evaluated for each work item in the node.
This parameter is only available when Work Item Priority is set to Custom Expression.