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frame checking

Post by lukasm » Tue Jun 06, 2017 3:10 pm

I tried using framechecking in the python service. It seems that on any numeric task only the first frame is checked. I think it would be best to do it on all frames.
The problem is, that taskinfo["files"] in the python service class contains always only the first frame of a numeric task.
As I see it, there are two ways to solve this problem:

a) make taskinfo["files"] contain all frames in this task, not only the first one.
This needed to be added around here: ... .cpp#L1166
b) get the block pattern and the Task's start and endframe as a parameter on taskinfo

Am I missing something here? What do you think about this?

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Re: frame checking

Post by timurhai » Mon Jun 12, 2017 9:47 am

Hi. Sorry for a delay.
Yes, i think that it will be a better solution.
For this we should not fill numbers on the server side, generating the task.
On the (numeric) task generation afserver should send it to afrender with raw patterns and with numbers, (start, end, by).
In the task service Python code, we should fill that numbers.
This way we will know info about all its files.
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