SOLVED How to access ‘Freeze View function’ with Python ?

Something that got disabled since R19 is the ability to choose custom X and Y resolution when freezing frame. All I can find is a call command, but noting in dept in the SDK.

Is it something I can access and if so, does anyone know how ?

Hi @myosis unfortunately, it's not exposed and only defined in the dialog.

You can access the SizeFactor from the WorldContainer with the ID 25085 like so c4d.GetWorldContainer()[25085].

Cheers,
Maxime.

Hi, can you add a screenshot about what you are referring to within Cinema 4D.

Cheers,
Maxime.

This one:
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Hi @myosis unfortunately, it's not exposed and only defined in the dialog.

You can access the SizeFactor from the WorldContainer with the ID 25085 like so c4d.GetWorldContainer()[25085].

Cheers,
Maxime.

@m_adam said in How to access ‘Freeze View function’ with Python ?:

WorldContainer with the ID 25085

So there are no WorldContainers for Y and X, ?
And this is since R19 ?
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Above is R18, This is no longer possible ?

Cheers,
Tim

After a few years I'm still looking to access these numbers.
If anyone knows how to set a custom X and Y number, please let me know.
🙂

Hi Unfortually this is not exposed, since it retrieve automatically the size of the view.

Cheers,
Maxime.