# image_frames_list#

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


Instead of setting a global frame range for all rendered images it is possible to specify a list of frame ranges for each rendered images using the -image_frames_list argument and the space separator between frame ranges.

This argument works similarly to the -frames_list.

For example, let's imagine we have two images (imgA and imgB) ranging respectively 10:50 and 80:90 in the project my.project. When using:

cnode my.project -image project://scene1/imgA project://scene2/imgB -image_frames_list 101:150 110:175


CNode renders project://scene1/imgA from frame 101 to 150 and project://scene1/imgB from 110 to 175.

Like when using the -frames_list argument it is possible to specify a succession of frame ranges for each render image using the ; separator. For example:

cnode my.project -image project://scene1/imgA project://scene2/imgB -image_frames_list 101:150;175:200%5 110:175


Will render imgA from frame 101 to 150 and from 175 to 200 with a frame step of 5. imgB will still render from 110 to 175.