Autopano - Batch Rendering
The batch rendering lets you automatically concatenate the rendering.
To do this, a list of projects (.pano) needs to be defined. Each project will be rendered one after another.
Without talking about batch rendering, by clicking on the "Render" button from the Render settings will automatically open this window.
This allows you to view the progress of the calculations and to obtain certain information (computing time, etc.).
Autopano can render while you continue to work (detection/editing). However, it is sometimes more convenient to postpone the final rendering step at a time when your computer is not in use (at night for example) especially if you are rendering large panoramas.
Open a file (.apb) containing the list of projects to render.
Save a file (.apb) containing a list of your projects.
Lets you open a project (.pano) directly in the batch-rendering window.
Closes a project (.pano) directly in the batch rendering window.
Launch or stop the rendering of batches. Only projects on hold will be rendered one after the other. This means that a rendered, annulled or failed project will no longer be rendered. To stop batch rendering without canceling the current rendering just click on the launch button again.
Lets you pause the current rendering.
Stops the current rendering and renders the next project. The rendering of batches is not stopped. The small arrow besides the icon lets you cancel the current rendering and to stop the rendering of batches..
Facilitates access to the folder containing the rendering of selected projects.
Click on this icon to activate this tool. Then click on the desired icon to see information on how it works.
Displays the progress of computing during the export of the panorama.
This frame shows the list of projects that you want to render. An icon found in front of each project name shows the rendering state:
The selection of a project in the list lets you display the following properties: