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Quick Workaround for image sequence naming issue.

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Hi all,

The way Iray image name is saved(Name_#####_AOV type.format), it makes it hard for post production software to import sequences.
Team will fix in next patch.
For quick workaround, please download the python file below :
https://goo.gl/2s52c3

Example :


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Awesome Can, thank you for the temp fix Smile



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Thanks Can for the quick fix. Cool

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Yes, very cool.
Thank you.  Smile



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FYI, another solution that I used before I came across this thread was using Adobe Bridge's batch command. Of course, you need to be subscribed to the Adobe Creative Suite. 



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