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It is possible to render an animation to a png sequence with command line functionality?
http://lostmarble.com/forum/viewtopic.p ... 318&p=6190-f format This tells Anime Studio what format to render the output as. Valid formats are QT (QuickTime - Windows and Mac only), JPEG, TGA, BMP, PNG, or SWF (Flash). The QT and SWF formats generate a single output file, while the other formats created numbered sequences of still images. If you don't specify a format, on Windows and Mac the default format is QT, on Linux the default is JPEG.
NOTE: Starting in Anime Studio Pro 9.5, the format type must be entered in lower case. Use jpeg instead of JPEG, png instead of PNG, etc.
If I use the following command line, the GUI is opened, the specific file is loaded but nothing happens:
1. I have expected an non-GUI execution...
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"c:\Programme\Smith Micro\Anime Studio Debut 10\Anime Studio Debut Win32.exe" -f png -r "c:\Temp\hans.anme"
2. Why nothing happens (no rendering) after opening?No GUI will be launched.
I never used Debut, but based on your input I presume that command line rendering is a Pro-only feature.