Thank you for letting me know
Sorry forgot to say I'm using the Script Manager and Windows 10 Pro 2004.
I would like to apply a substance preset (.sbsprs) using the python API. I can use c4d.CallCommand(1038417) to open the Substance asset manager but it just opens up file explorer to allow me to select and apply a .sbsprs file. I want to be able to run my script with no user input (just a hardcoded filepath to the substance preset file). Is it possible to apply the substance preset using just python?
I am using Cinema 4D R23.110 and Redshift. Thanks!
I am using a python script to render through the command line in R23. I have the render set up in a .pyp and then I start cinema4d using the .exe in the command line. Before my script renders, it imports and merges in another .c4d where I have saved my Redshift material. If the material is XPresso, all the links in the material graph break on import. I need to use XPresso materials because I want to be able to dynamically change the rounded edges radius using the python API. This does not seem possible with node materials (which do not break on import through the command line). This behavior also does not exist when running the python script using the python interpreter in the c4d GUI. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!