Hi users,

I just started using vwrays and encountered an error.

Here is my input:

vwrays

-x 600 -y 600 -vf view_down.vf | rcalc -e '$1=$1; $2=$2; $3=0.85;

$4=$4; $5=$5; $6=1' | rtrace -ab 3 -aa 0.2 -ar 128 -ad 512 -as 256 -fac

-w -I -ov `vwrays -d -vf view_outside.vf -x 600 -y 600`

scene_CIE_win1.oct > illum.pic

and I get the following error: rtrace fatal: Unexpected EOF on input.

Can any spot my mistake? Any help is appreciated

/Per

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Hi users,

I just started using vwrays and encountered an error.

Here is my input:

vwrays -x 600 -y 600 -vf view_down.vf | rcalc -e '$1=$1; $2=$2; $3=0.85; $4=$4; $5=$5; $6=1' | rtrace -ab 3 -aa 0.2 -ar 128 -ad 512 -as 256 -fac -w -I -ov `vwrays -d -vf view_outside.vf -x 600 -y 600` scene_CIE_win1.oct > illum.pic

and I get the following error: rtrace fatal: Unexpected EOF on input.

Can any spot my mistake? Any help is appreciated

/Per

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You substituted "view_outside.vf" fro "view_down.vf" in the second use of vwrays, so it probably produced the wrong -x and -y dimensions.

Incidentally, "view_down.vf" better be a parallel view, or all your origin points passed to rtrace will be the same.

-Greg

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From: Per Haugaard <perhaugaard@yahoo.dk>

Date: March 12, 2009 12:27:39 AM PDT

Hi users,

I just started using vwrays and encountered an error.

Here is my input:

vwrays -x 600 -y 600 -vf view_down.vf | rcalc -e '$1=$1; $2=$2; $3=0.85; $4=$4; $5=$5; $6=1' | rtrace -ab 3 -aa 0.2 -ar 128 -ad 512 -as 256 -fac -w -I -ov `vwrays -d -vf view_outside.vf -x 600 -y 600` scene_CIE_win1.oct > illum.pic

and I get the following error: rtrace fatal: Unexpected EOF on input.

Can any spot my mistake? Any help is appreciated

/Per

and I get the following error: rtrace fatal: Unexpected EOF on input.

Are you sure that your view-file has the correct format? Maybe you first try it giving the views on the command-line as such:

vwrays -x 600 -y 600 -vp 0 0 0 -vd 1 0 0 | rcalc -e '$1=$1; $2=$2; $3=0.85; $4=$4; $5=$5; $6=1'

(Of course replacing my rather meaningless viewpoint/direction with yours)

CU Lars