Just a quick question:
Let’s say I have a cube on layer one and a second cube on layer 2.
I set up 2 render layers, each rendering just one layer.
Is there a file format that will save both of these images in one, multilayer file?
I know there’s a “multilayer” option in the format tab, but I think that that is just saving the various channel information as layers, not two seperate image layers. Am I correct about this? I have no app that can correctly view a multilayer exr file. If anyone can point one out for me, that’d be great.
Basically what I want here is one image file that would have two image layers. One layer would have one cube, the second layer would have the other cube.
If Blender does not support this, I can probably work around it by doing multiple render passes and saving the image sequences in seperate folders for each scene, but It would be a LOT easier to just open one image file for each frame and not a dozen or more. I supposed I could write some code that would properly import all of these files as multi-layer frame sequences or something. Again, would be easier to just import a single image sequence.