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biggi100
2007-06-30
2013-04-25
  • biggi100

    biggi100 - 2007-06-30

    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.

     
    • Piotr Borys

      Piotr Borys - 2007-06-30

      Tell me, what Apophysis says. This above is a message from flam3...

       
    • biggi100

      biggi100 - 2007-06-30

      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?

      @echo off
      set verbose=1
      set format=png
      set bits=33
      set transparency=1
      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"

      Regards biggi

       
      • Piotr Borys

        Piotr Borys - 2007-07-01

        Download flam3 2.7.3 :)
        Besides... try doing everything on one partition... maybe this will help. The batch itself is OK.

         
        • biggi100

          biggi100 - 2007-07-01

          Hi,
          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.

           
          • Piotr Borys

            Piotr Borys - 2007-07-01

            Yeah, you're right. Thanks for your investigation :)
            Today I should release an update.

            Peter.

             
    • biggi100

      biggi100 - 2007-07-01

      Hi Peter,
      it (2.06a) works now fine.
      Thank you

       

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