Output

vntc generates text data which is sent either to stderr or the log file.

The data is formatted as one name=value property per text record. String values are not quoted. Warning and error messages are always sent to stderr, even if -log is specified.

Certain properties can occur multiple times in the same output. A sequence number, starting with 0, is appended to the name of these properties, separated by a period. Such properties are identified below with a . *n* suffix after the property name.

The following properties are generated:

bgc= ival, ival, ival

The RGB background color of the cabinet style. Cabinet styles only.

defaultFileVersion= ival

The default output file version. Also the highest file version number this release of vntc can generate.

error. n= string

Error message. Presence of error messages typically indicate that either no output file(s) are created or that they are not suitable for use by Image Rendering.

file. n= string

The fully qualified path/name of all output files, including vignettes, cabinet style files, full resolution images, and thumbnail images. One file attribute is present for each generated file (except the log file).

glass= ival

ival is 1 if the cabinet includes glass doors, 0 otherwise. Cabinet styles only.

iccProfile= string

The name of the iccProfile embedded in the sourceFile.

Empty if sourceFile is not color-managed. Vignettes only.

info. n= string

Informational message, such as progress information.

sourceIsMaster= ival

ival is 1 if sourceFile is a master vignette, 0 if it has been processed previously with vnUpdate or vntc. Vignettes only.

master= ival

ival is 0 if sourceFile is a cabinet style containing JPEG image data (a warning is also output in this case), 1 otherwise. Cabinet and window covering style files only.

maxMem= string

The maximum memory limit that applies to the running vntc process. string is either ival, ivalK, ivalM, ivalG, or 0 (disabled). Where K, M, and G refer to Kilobytes (1024 bytes), Megabytes (1048576 bytes), and Gigabytes (1073741824 bytes).

maxScl= ival

Scale of the lowest resolution pyramid level in the output vignette. Only present if -pyramid is specified.

numMaterials= ival

The number of materials saved in the sourceFile. Vignettes only.

numPanels= ival

The number of panel images in this cabinet style file. Cabinet styles only.

numViews= ival

The number of pyramid levels in the output vignette. Only present if -pyramid is specified. Vignettes only.

pyramid= ival

0 if either the source or destination vignette has pyramid structure. Vignettes only.

resolution= val

For cabinet styles, the object resolution of the sourceFile. For vignettes, this is the recommended material resolution for best quality render results when rendering the output vignette. Pixels/inch (ppi).

resolution.min= val

The smallest object resolution in the output vignette. Vignettes only.

resolution.avg= val

The average object resolution in the output vignette. Vignettes only.

sourceFile= string

The fully qualified sourceFile path.

sourceFileVersion= ival

The file version of sourceFile.

sourceSize= ival, ival

The pixel size of the input vignette, the default panel image in a cabinet style file, or the first opacity image of a window covering style file.

style= string

The type of window covering (window covering styles only):

  • 0=horizontal shade or blinds
  • 1=vertical blinds
  • 2=full-width short curtains
  • 3=left/right short drapes
  • 4=full-width full-length curtains
  • 5=left/right full-length drapes
  • 6=café curtain
  • 7=valance

suffix= string

vnt if sourceFile is a vignette, vnc if sourceFile is a cabinet style, or vnw if sourceFile is a window covering style.

targetFileVersion= ival

The value specified with -version, or the value of defaultFileVersion if -version was not specified.

targetSizes= ival, ival*[, ival, ival]

Comma-separated list of the pixel sizes of the all views in the output vignette (the full-resolution view for pyramid vignettes), of the default panel image in a cabinet style file, or of the first opacity image of a window covering style file.

texturable= ival

ival is 1 if the cabinet style is texturable, 0 otherwise. Not present for vignettes and window coverings style files.

warning. n= string

Warning message (such as when -imagemap is specified but no map data is found in the vignette).

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