I have the network render addon setup but it is not working as expected. I have a blend file with a simple cube with a blur composite on it. Using Blender Render it produces the blurred cube. Sending it off to the master to get rendered causes a returned image(s) back to the client that is not blurred.
The master temp exr file is blurred on the server. The tmp exr output files on the slave is blurred, and the temp output.exr file on the client is blurred. However, the final animation/image (regardless of selected format) is not blurred.
in client.py line 446 and a few lines after...
result_path = os.path.join(bpy.path.abspath(netsettings.path), "output.exr")
folder = os.path.split(result_path) verifyCreateDir(folder) f = open(result_path, "wb") f.write(buf) f.close() result = self.begin_result(0, 0, x, y) result.load_from_file(result_path) self.end_result(result)
This writes out (on client) the output.exr file received from the master (file appears correct[blurred]). But the final output (PNG, AVI,whatever) that the client produces from this is NOT blurred (no composting). From the code I am assuming that self.end_result() loads the output.exr file and handles the integration into whatever format the client is wanting. However, I do not see how to use the composite layer.
The output.exr file has 3 layers (Composite.RGBA,RenderLayer.RGBA, RenderLayer.z). So, again, I am assuming the client is getting the wrong layer off the exr file or only using 1, but do not see where in the code this is happening.
The stdout from blender does show a warning for each output.exr it processes:
warning, channel with no rect set Composite.Combined.A warning, channel with no rect set Composite.Combined.B warning, channel with no rect set Composite.Combined.G warning, channel with no rect set Composite.Combined.R
but the exr file does have a Composite.RenderLayer. Do I need to set something in the self.begin_result call to properly handle the it? set something in the result struc? Somehow set a rect for the Composite layer?
Thanks for any help.