Queue Multiple Renders
It would be great to have a way to queue up more than one render if you need more than one angle of a product (I do, often). This way you can set a computer to do all the renderings you need and not having to touch it until its done working.
Today Dimension allows you to queue multiple camera views in Render mode. We’re working to expand this system to multiple configurations of one scene as well as working on automation features for rendering multiple documents.
Will provide more information as we get further along!
Daniel Ekberg commented
Is this feature available yet?
Any update on this? Its a really important feature that would be greatly appreciated.
Jeff Korzeniowski commented
I think this was also stated but the export of multiple camera views at one time would be awesome as well. we sometimes have 10 views per scene to render.. gets tedious.
Jeff Korzeniowski commented
im glad to see this is on the plan.. As stated before, we cannot use the external web rendering because of NDA's. Still, any thought on using existing extra local Adobe subscriptions to add internal render farms, we pay for at least a dozen full creative suite seats. Would be awesome.. seems a no brainer.
I think it's hilarious that every time I have a question about dimension it just happened to be answered that exact same day.
YES YES YES. Multiple renders is crucial for deployment ASAP.
As is importing Vector images,
As is importing .mtl or other material files. I know you guys are hoping to squeeze people for subscriptions to Adobe Stock, but it's very important for artists to be able to use their own files.
Wilber Mateu commented
i have idea a render queue by camera 01-02-03,etc.
Henry Avila commented
Render queue so you can render more than one render. Like in After Effects.
Tim Melis commented
It would be very usefull if designers could setup a batch render, allowing designers to select multiple files which all should be rendered with the same settings. This could be used when going out to lunch, or after leaving the office.
A render queue allows you to store multiple renders in a list and then render them all back to back. This could be done from saved camera views in a single scene or across multiple document files.
Tiago Miranda commented
Batch rendering would be nice to have the images rendered after the office is closed, or when someone goes to bed. I could have had avoided doing and all-nighter last year if I could batch renders and just go to sleep.
It doesn't mean that, in the middle of the night, things could go wrong, but at least having the option to Batch Render would be really nice.
How about adding a LOUD warning if something goes wrong and I need to wake up to look up what is going on? That way I could at least get an hour or two of sleep without having to worry about getting to the next morning with the possibility of getting nothing done.
This has a lot of space to explore. For enterprises and studios the progress of rendering could be fed to the Smartphone in real time, and an alarm could also go off if anything goes wrong and someone has to go urgently back to office to fix the issues.
David Nikel commented
Being able to batch render is a rather important for me, I like to set up variations of a given scene, run them unattended, and review the results.
The render queue would need to support saved camera a views, geometry variations, IBL lighting variations, backdrop and material variations.
Off line cluster rendering would be a major bonus with this as well.
Sal Lipman commented
Can there be something like what media-encoder is to premier, so that you can render and work simultaneously.
I love this application. It's amazing. I'd like to have a render quene though. Thank you so much for this software!!