Hi, I have trouble with rendering and save a image. I get an error message:
Rendering "D:\Eigene Dateien\Eigene Bilder\Apophysis\PerfectSpiral\Juni-070630-33 SpiralenKlein.png"
Automatically detected 1 core(s)...
chaos: 100.0% took: 11 seconds
filtering...writing "D:\Eigene Dateien\Eigene Bilder\Apophysis\PerfectSpiral\Juni-070630-33 SpiralenKlein.png"..."D:\Eigene Dateien\Eigene Bilder\Apophysis\PerfectSpiral\Juni-070630-33 SpiralenKlein.png": Invalid argument
and didn't save image file.
I have Windows 2000.
The old betas are expired and I can't render my flames.
I tested "File -> Export Flame" and "Flame -> Render to disk".
The same result.
Tell me, what Apophysis says. This above is a message from flam3...
I tested "File -> Export Flame" once more with and without multithreading. This works now.
Only export with flam3 doesn't work. My Version is 2.7.2
If I use commandline to render with "flam3-render.exe < file.flame" this work for jpg and tranparency png with flame-file from Version 2.06
Is this perhaps a problem with the batch-file, which Apophysis produced?
set out="D:\Eigene Dateien\Eigene Bilder\Apophysis\PerfectSpiral\Juni-070630-81 2.04Export.png"
@echo Rendering "D:\Eigene Dateien\Eigene Bilder\Apophysis\PerfectSpiral\Juni-070630-81 2.04Export.png"
"C:\Programme\Grafik\Apophysis 2.0\flam3-2.7.2\flam3-render.exe" < "D:\Eigene Dateien\Eigene Bilder\Apophysis\PerfectSpiral\Juni-070630-81 2.04Export.flame"
Download flam3 2.7.3 :)
Besides... try doing everything on one partition... maybe this will help. The batch itself is OK.
I found the problem. This isn't the different partition, not the spaces in the file name or path. The problem are the quote signs in line 6 of the batch file (set out "...") to mask spaces ;)
Perhaps isn't this necessary. The older versions produces batch files without quote signs and work. All other quote signs are necessary. Oh, this very old DOS.
Thanks for your suggestions.
Yeah, you're right. Thanks for your investigation :)
Today I should release an update.
it (2.06a) works now fine.
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