Sure thing, this is what I rendered it with:

```
rad -v 0 scene.rif OPT=saved.opt
X=2048; Y=2048; cnt $Y $X | rcalc -f cal/3d360.cal -e "XD=$X;YD=$Y;X=0.8087165355682373;Y=-1.2962751388549805;Z=0.4604237973690033;IPD=0.06;EX=0;EZ=0" | rtrace -n 12 -x $X -y $Y -fac @saved.opt scene.oct > out.hdr
```

… and this is the `getinfo`

output.

```
$ getinfo out.hdr
out.hdr:
#?RADIANCE
oconv scene.rad
rtrace -n 12 -x 12288 -y 12288 -fac -dp 4096 -ar 128 -ms 0.14 -ds .2 -dt .05 -dc .75 -dr 3 -ss 16 -st .01 -ab 3 -af scene.amb -aa .1 -ad 1536 -as 768 -av 10 10 10 -lr 12 -lw 1e-5 -av 0 0 0 -ds .01 -dj .8 -dt 0 -aE exclude.txt
SOFTWARE= RADIANCE 5.1.0 NREL/googs 2017.08.21 (based on RADIANCE 5.1 Official Release by G. Ward)
CAPDATE= 2019:01:05 21:08:03
GMT= 2019:01:05 10:08:03
FORMAT=32-bit_rle_rgbe
```