algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Well, I am asking myself if it is possible to render something direct from grasshopper (any add-on) or take a screen capture with really good quality.
For example I have this big topography (photo attached) and I want to capture this (only topography not the other objects) to use in the panels of my projects. Is there a possibility without rendering from Rhino / Vray?
PS: or for example for taking capture from Ladybug (sunpath, schemes) representations
Rendering straight from gh will be available in rhino 6. Untill then, i think you are stuck with raster print in way high resolutions...
It's pretty straightforward to automate this using scripting. Attached the latest version of a GHPython component I usually use for making high resolution screen captures from the Rhino viewport (you can set the resolution inside the script).
Anders thanks for sharing this. very useful!
No worries :)
when I generate fast screenshots from an anemone loops some files get lost, i guess due to the naming with seconds.
would it possible to change the script that it takes a filename from a counter grasshopper instead of generating them by system time? thx!
Good evening Anders,
is there a possibility to capture multiple viewports? That would be very helpful, to capture the same object from different angles.
Amazing! That is super, and so quickly :)
how could it be edited to capture what happens with models directly ?
and to capture multiple view not only 1 at a time ?
Human's "Capture Viewport" component supports capturing + rendering multiple viewports at once:
any tutorials ?
HI andrew thanks for pointing this up
i couldn't find the (setup view) component mentione in the video
and i couldn't capture or print screen views
and does it print screen the view with sensitivity to what ever change in the geometry or should i capture it with every change ?