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Posted by kareem613 at Feb 8, 2017, 1:33:14 PM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
hmm. All the jars in place and having compiler errors. It's been a while since dealing with java classpaths. Am I missing something?

Directory: C:\data\basement\app


Mode LastWriteTime Length Name
---- ------------- ------ ----
-a---- 2017-02-07 9:12 PM 40506 batik-svgpathparser-1.7.jar
-a---- 2017-02-07 9:30 PM 2309 ConsolePhotoGenerator.java
-a---- 2017-02-07 9:12 PM 2847226 j3dcore.jar
-a---- 2017-02-07 9:12 PM 1675815 j3dutils.jar
-a---- 2017-02-07 9:12 PM 348010 sunflow-0.07.3i.jar
-a---- 2017-02-07 9:14 PM 25917844 SweetHome3D-5.4.jar
-a---- 2017-02-07 9:12 PM 314362 vecmath.jar


C:\data\basement\app> javac -cp SweetHome3D-5.4.jar:sunflow-0.07.3i.jar -d . ConsolePhotoGenerator.java
ConsolePhotoGenerator.java:26: error: package org.sunflow.system does not exist
import org.sunflow.system.UI;
^
ConsolePhotoGenerator.java:27: error: package org.sunflow.system.ui does not exist
import org.sunflow.system.ui.ConsoleInterface;
^

Posted by Puybaret at Feb 8, 2017, 3:05:28 PM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
Under Windows, you must replace : separators by ;

About rendering photos at the stored points of view returned by the method getStoredCameras in Home class, you could replace the following two lines in ConsolePhotoGenerator.java:

renderer.render(image, home.getCamera(), null);
ImageIO.write(image, homePhoto.substring(homePhoto.lastIndexOf('.') + 1), new File(homePhoto));

by:

for (Camera camera : home.getStoredCameras()) {
renderer.render(image, camera, null);
int dotIndex = homePhoto.lastIndexOf('.');
String cameraPhoto = homePhoto.substring(0, dotIndex) + "-"
+ camera.getName().replaceAll("/|\\\\|:|;", "-").replace(File.pathSeparatorChar, '-').replace(File.separatorChar, '-')
+ homePhoto.substring(dotIndex);
ImageIO.write(image, homePhoto.substring(dotIndex + 1), new File(cameraPhoto));
}

and you should import com.eteks.sweethome3d.model.Camera class.
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Posted by brute4c at Feb 27, 2020, 9:36:07 AM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
Hello,
in he first place I want to thank You for developing such a nice tool.

I'm also trying to run the render in headless mode with SW3D 6.2 on a linux machine. I have fallowed You guide, but unfortunately I'm getting
No X11 DISPLAY variable was set, but this program performed an operation which requires it.
at javax.media.j3d.VirtualUniverse.<clinit>(VirtualUniverse.java:294)
error when trying to run it on a server. I have found Your post on jogamp about editing VirtualUniverse.java class, but I'm afraid it's to difficult for me. Are You able to provide modified version of j3dcore.jar just to make it more available to use it by broader group of people?

Posted by Puybaret at Feb 27, 2020, 3:01:27 PM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
Are you sure you added the -Dj3d.rend=noop option, as explained in my post of February 3rd, 2017?
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Posted by brute4c at Feb 27, 2020, 4:17:22 PM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
Yes I did. I had to edit j3dcore.jar and I was able to successfully render photos with default values. After setting property
-Dcom.eteks.sweethome3d.j3d.PhotoRenderer.highQuality.globalIllumination=path
console is flooded with warnings:
LIGHT warn : NaN shading sample!

so I'm not sure if it's actually rendering anything. Is there a way to resolve this issue or at least disable the warning?

Posted by brute4c at Mar 2, 2020, 4:39:36 PM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
Just for the record, I have fallowed those steps to edit class in j3dcore.jar https://stackoverflow.com/a/14069149/9931119
and replaced the if statement according to Your instructions: http://forum.jogamp.org/template/NamlServlet....ser_nodes&user=495956

This allowed me to run sh3d render with the -Dj3d.rend=noop option. Unfortunately it's only working for the AO + Photon Mapping, when trying to render with Path option I'm getting a lot of warnings and in the end the output image is just black.

I would also like to use a option from PVR 1.9 to enable sky light but I don't have an idea how I can use the plugin in headless mode. Is there any way to do it?

Posted by Puybaret at Mar 2, 2020, 6:11:15 PM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
You shouldn’t have to recompile Java 3D jars if you use the ones available here (actually, I just discovered that the links in my post of February 2017 have been out of date, since SourceForge.net forced me to move from CVS to SVN, but I just updated them).

I never tried to render an image with a plugin on a server but don’t see a reason why it couldn’t run. Did you try to render your image with the GUI first? And did you try with Sweet Home 3D 6.2 Jar?
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Posted by Gian1 at Apr 13, 2020, 3:57:36 PM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
Greetings. I'd like to present a wish list, ordered by importance:

  • incremental output image name in case of homonymy to avoid overwriting existing images, and/or automatic output folder creation for each rendered .sh3d file;
  • rendering queue composed of a list of .sh3d files;
  • ability to use rendering engines other than the default Sunflow, and to change the engine;
  • ability to change rendering settings, including time of the day, lens type, and ceiling lights.

Much obliged.

Posted by Puybaret at Apr 28, 2020, 4:34:35 PM
Re: Rendering on Windows Server 2008 Possible?
Gian1, Sweet Home 3D API will let you make these changes. Feel free to contribute to ConsolePhotoGenerator improvements.
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