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  Fri, 26/Aug/2011 3:16 AM
Sujit
16 Posts
Hi Support,

It is Nice of you if you provide "Photoshop" as a renderer into Smedge. It will be very helpful to render a heavy Image Sequence from .psd file with Smedge. Looking forword for your responce.

Thanks in Advance..

Regards,
Sujit N.
Render Wrangler,
Reliance Mediaworks.

Edited by author on Fri, 26/Aug/2011 3:19 AM
   
  Tue, 30/Aug/2011 3:16 PM
Robin
1136 Posts
Hi

I'm not quite clear on what you are trying to accomplish. Photoshop file sequences can be rendered from many tools, and generally they don't actually require Photoshop to even be present. However, if you are trying to perform some kind of scripted action within Photoshop in some kind of batch manner, it may be possible to add that kind of feature to Smedge.

The first step will be to actually define how you would call your script from a command line. There are ways to do this in Photoshop, even though it does not have a batch rendering interface of its own. However, you can use Photoshop Droplets from a command line, which would make it possible to use them from Smedge.

Once you have your Droplet configured and working from a command prompt, try using the Smedge "Generic Script" module to run it. Generic Scripts can run any arbitrary command line, so you can start automating batch processing through your Photoshop Droplet with Smedge without any product in place.

Once that works, it will be pretty easy to completely customize the solution using the Virtual Module system. Virtual Modules are defined by a simple INI format text file that defines the details of the Smedge Product. Most important of these is the name of the Product and the command line it runs.

I would be happy to help further, but I need more information about what you are trying to accomplish, specifically, in order to help.

Thanks,
-robin
   
  Fri, 09/Sep/2011 3:39 AM
Sujit
16 Posts
i need photoshop renderer just like maya, max, nuke in smedge to render video layer from photoshop......
   
  Fri, 09/Sep/2011 6:18 AM
Robin
1136 Posts
Can you contact me by email with a sample of a Photoshop file with a "video layer" so I can test it for myself and see what I can come up with? You can send the email to support at uberware dot net.

Thanks
-robin
   
  Wed, 14/Sep/2011 2:19 AM
Sujit
16 Posts
yup I will send you the main photoshop file.....
   
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