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I need help running Blender from the command line with GPU rendering. Also, Optix must be enabled.

I read this article:

How do I do GPU rendering from the Command Line?

very much helped, but now I would like to know how to do the same with Optix

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Thank you to everyone who helped! I found a solution to the problem:

-b $filename -noaudio -E 'CYCLES' -s 20 -e 170 -a -F 'PNG' -- --cycles-device OPTIX  

Explanation:

-s 20 -e 170

Set the -s start frame to 20 and the -e end frame to 170.

-a

Render the whole animation using all the settings saved in the blend-file.

-- --cycles-device OPTIX

Override the device that is used to render frames.

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