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Viewer: Command Line Usage

The Qt 3D Studio Viewer supports launching a specific presentation and generating image sequences using command line arguments.

Usage

Qt3DViewer [options] [presentation file]

The following command line options are supported:

OptionDescription
-?, -h, --helpDisplays help for command line usage.
--sequenceGenerates an image sequence. The presentation file argument must be specified. Specifying any of the seq-* options implies setting this option.
--seq-start <ms>Start time of the sequence in milliseconds. The default value is 0.
--seq-end <ms>End time of the sequence in milliseconds. The default value is 1000.
--seq-fps <fps>Frames per second for the sequence. The default value is 60.
--seq-interval <ms>Time interval between frames in the sequence in milliseconds. The seq-fps option is ignored if this option is used.
--seq-width <pixels>Width of the image sequence. The default value is 1920.
--seq-height <pixels>Height of the image sequence. The default value is 1080.
--seq-outpath <path>Output path of the image sequence. The default value is the current directory.
--seq-outfile <file>Output file name base for the image sequence. The default value is derived from the presentation file name.
--connect <port>If this parameter is specified, the viewer is started in connection mode. The default value is 36000.
--fullscreenStarts the viewer in fullscreen mode.
--maximizedStarts the viewer in maximized mode.
--windowgeometry <geometry>Specifies the initial window geometry using the X11-syntax. For example: 1000x800+50+50
--mattecolor <color>Specifies custom matte color using #000000 syntax. For example, white matte: #ffffff
--showstatsShow render statistics on screen.
--scalemode <center|fit|fill>Specifies scaling mode. The default value is center.

Example

Creating a one minute 4k image sequence of a presentation:

Qt3DViewer --seq-end 60000 --seq-width 3840 --seq-height 2160 MyPresentation.uip

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