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Anime Studio™ 6: The Official Guide by Kelly L. Murdock

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Using Command-Line Rendering

Command-line rendering is possible with Anime Studio. These rendering commands let you start a rendering sequence without initiating it from the Anime Studio menu command, making it possible to create a system script that automatically runs at a predetermined time. For example, using the command-line interface, you can create a script to render the completed project for the day during the night when you’re away from your computer. Then the next morning, you can see the results without having to wait for each frame to render.

To use command-line rendering in Windows, simply enter the following text command into a BAT file, into the Command Prompt window, or into the Run dialog box:

Anime Studio Pro.exe -r filename.anme ...

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