# frames_list#

-frames_list start[:end[%step]][;]...


Specify globally which frames should be rendered. Note end and step are optional. If you have multiple images with different frame ranges in your project, CNode will only render what's needed. For example, in your project named my_project.project, you have two images (image1 and image2) ranging respectively 10:50 and 80:90. Now, let's say you've specified the following command line arguments:

cnode my_project.project -frames_list 1:100


In this case, CNode only renders the image1 as an image sequence starting from frame 10 to 50 and image2 starting from 80 to 90.

Now, let's see what happens if you've specified the following command line arguments:

cnode my_project.project -frames_list 50:60


In this case, CNode only renders image1 at frame 50.

It is also possible to specify a list of frames to be rendered following a simple syntax to take into account frame step:

cnode my_project.project -frames_list 1:10%2;11;15;19;20:100


Here, CNode will render frame 1 to 10 with a frame step of 2, then frame 11, 15, 19 and finally frame 20 to 100 with a frame step of 1 (default).