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    limited region, two perfect halves

    Hi,
    I have animation that I want to render on render farm and I need to split every frame in two and then render top part of the scene and bottom separately.

    What I want to do is to be able to set up Limited Scene perfectly (with possible 2-3px overlap). How to do that? I remembered there was free layout script to split scene in to bits for rendering but I cannot find it anywhere.
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    Try these two if they still work on 9.x (i didn't test in new Lw but they worked back then )

    http://www.flay.com/GetDetail.cfm?ID=1641

    http://www.flay.com/GetDetail.cfm?ID=1266
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soth View Post
    Hi,
    I have animation that I want to render on render farm and I need to split every frame in two and then render top part of the scene and bottom separately.

    What I want to do is to be able to set up Limited Scene perfectly (with possible 2-3px overlap). How to do that? I remembered there was free layout script to split scene in to bits for rendering but I cannot find it anywhere.
    Is it either of these?

    http://www.flay.com/GetDetail.cfm?ID=1470

    http://www.flay.com/GetDetail.cfm?ID=2003
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    Hmm, if you use limited region with borders, a larger overlapp should not be such big of a deal, should it?
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    If you use the scene editor, you can set up the limited region in pixels. Just set it to property view / camera resolution and scroll to the right. There's limited region settings right there. If you set it up numerically, you should be able to get it matching perfectly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Obvious View Post
    If you use the scene editor, you can set up the limited region in pixels. Just set it to property view / camera resolution and scroll to the right. There's limited region settings right there. If you set it up numerically, you should be able to get it matching perfectly.
    thx everyone!
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