I am just wondering if Mandelbulber can be used as a command line render engine?
I guess the readme in the source code says yes!
-nogui - start program without GUI
-lowmem - low memory usage mode
-flight - render flight animation
-keyframe - render keyframe animation
-start N - start renderig from frame number N
-end N - rendering will end on frame number N
-o key=value - override item 'key' from settings file with new value 'value'
-res WIDTHxHEIGHT - override image resolution
-fpk N - override frames per key parameter
-format FORMAT - image output format
jpg - JPEG format
png - PNG format
png16 - 16-bit PNG format
png16alpha - 16-bit PNG with alpha channel format
- file with fractal settings (program also tries
to find file in ./mandelbulber/settings directory)
When settings_file is put as command argument then program will start in noGUI mode
So I am playing around with the various command line options but none of them seem to actually trigger a render. How do I tell Mandelbulber to use my passed options and render a file?
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