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#1 Vaerli

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 08:02 PM

Okay, so I'm trying to render these images from a program(multiple images for an animation), and its really tedious, so I was wondering if anyone knows any freeware macro programs that will also change numbers while its at it? I mean, I've got 360 frames to render, and it takes ~6.5 min per frame. I'd love to leave it on overnight, but thats not hardly possible, because it has to be changed to get the next frame.

Any suggestions?


(and, because its taken so much time already, I want to show it off. :thumbsup:)

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Posted 09 April 2008 - 10:43 AM

Okay, so I'm trying to render these images from a program(multiple images for an animation), and its really tedious, so I was wondering if anyone knows any freeware macro programs that will also change numbers while its at it? I mean, I've got 360 frames to render, and it takes ~6.5 min per frame. I'd love to leave it on overnight, but thats not hardly possible, because it has to be changed to get the next frame.

Any suggestions?


(and, because its taken so much time already, I want to show it off. :thumbsup:)

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This may be a really round about way, but seeing as no one else has given you any suggestions you could get a keyboard and mouse macro program that records keyboard and mouse actions and replays then and then just use windows calculator to increase your number by 1 copy and paste and continue.

#3 Vaerli

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Posted 11 April 2008 - 12:17 AM

eh, that would work if I had a mouse/keyboard that would do that.

Oh well, I've kinda given up on those until I either get a better computer so it doesn't take as long to render, or something else..

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Posted 15 April 2008 - 09:01 AM

eh, that would work if I had a mouse/keyboard that would do that.

Oh well, I've kinda given up on those until I either get a better computer so it doesn't take as long to render, or something else..



You don't need a mouse and keyboard to do it, you get a program that records your keystroke and mouse strokes and plays it back.

Such as auto hot key.

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Posted 15 April 2008 - 08:22 PM

I found something that works decently, but its pretty hard to do it all at once, and I think there's plenty of bugs that can be found... so select all and the calculator is pretty handy.

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