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rendering ifd windows cmd prompt

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Hi, can someone correct me, Im trying to render a sequence of ifds, with this command in the command shell(windows)

for %i in (*.*) do mantra -f mantra.ifd G:\renders\render.%i.exr


but the render.%i.exr is not giving me incremental frames.

can anybody help pls.

thanks in advance.


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You need to do a loop. I had this same problem. This what I did for mine to work:

1. type in the letter of your drive followed by a colon

2. use "cd" to change your directory

3. Type in “for %i in (*.*) do mantra -f %i”

here is my forum post figuring this out:




Edited by ejr32123

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