I am looking for a way, to put information on my renders about the render settings that I used for that specific render. For example… When my render is done, and I open the image. I want to see what sample size I used, what dimension, what rendertime it took etc etc… Preferably as a s small overlay on the image it self.
This way I can compare all my test settings later.
I’d be great if i could automatically bake the settings into the image with an overlay… but if thats not possible… i can just input the settings I used in an overlay or something. But I wouldnt know the best way to create this overlay (especially for animations, where I just want it to overlay the animation (not follow the camera) Can anybody tell me how to create an overlay for text that doesnt follow the camera movement?
# read number of samples as int
samp = bpy.data.scenes["Scene"].cycles.samples
# create note as string and write to overlay
note = str(samp)
bpy.data.scenes["Scene"].render.stamp_note_text = note
# render scene
Ok I got this to work, but im still figuring out how to add more variables to this script
For example, if I want to add the dimensions of the frame to the ‘note’ part, by running the script… What info do I need to add to the script? I can see the python properties when I hover over the dimensions, but do i just copy past that into the script? Or do i need to add/change it in order to make it work? Cause Im getting an error if i just paste into the text file (of course)