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Hey, I'm here with an "old" question, I know it's been discussed/explained already, but I'm still struggling with getting rendering time estimations :/ I've found some info, but it's more about OSX and Linux, and it seems to be different with windows. First, I don't know how to bring up the console (don't laugh please). All I could find was to set mantra verbose level to at least 1, which is already at one by default, and that it could also be seen in the render scheduler. So I launch the render scheduler, set it to not clear completed tasks, but when I hit render to disk (rendering a sequence) the render scheduler isn't showing any info. It's only when the animation is all rendered that the scheduler display a list of task, when it's too late. Since I don't know how to bring up the console, I'm in the dark about some needed render time estimations :/ How do you guys get those info ? I'd love to at least see the total render time estimation somehow. Thanks !
Hey guys I've been exploring hython in-depth and I'm wondering if there is a way to capture the render statistics of a file and write it to a file. At the moment my only solution is running something like: hython myscript.py > mylog.txt However, I want to write the file from within the script and not redirect the output of the command from the shell. In my script I'm just doing something like this: import hou rop = hou.node("/out/mantra1") rop.render() # I need the output of this function Any help appreciated thank you guys!