These are the available running flags and their description.

Running flags

Description

-affinity

[manual | auto]

Setting -affinity:manual makes Maxwell not to change the affinity but will respect any configuration you have manually set.

Note: Please take into account that this feature is for Windows only and for machines with less than 64 cores. With higher number of cores, Windows has a completely different policy to adjust thread affinities.

-curdir:path

Set the current directory of the OS. This could be useful for using relative paths for textures and other dependencies.

-display
-d 

Open a window that displays the render in progress. This option is also used when distributing render tasks (display is on by default).

-extrasamplingenabled

[yes | no | on | off]

Specify whether the render Extra Sampling is enabled
-extrasamplingsl:slSpecify the target Sampling Level for the Extra Sampling area

-extrasamplingmask

[0 | 1 | 2]

Specify the extra-sampling mask.

0: custom alpha, 1: alpha, 2: bitmap

-extrasamplingcustomalpha:nameSpecify what custom alpha will be used for the Extra Sampling mask
-extrasamplinguserbitmap:path              Specify the path of the bitmap used as a mask for Extra Sampling mask

-extrasamplinginvert

[yes | no | on | off]

Specify whether extra-sampling alpha mask must be inverted

-help
--help
-h
--h 

Help (print syntax).

-hide

No display and No console view (process completely hidden).

-nogui
-n

Console view on. Display off.

-node

Launch Maxwell Render in no GUI node mode and using a node license. 

-nowait

Close the rendering application after the render finishes and returns control to the console.

-priority
-p
[low | normal | high]

Set the priority of the Maxwell process. Priority can be “low”, “normal” or “high”.

-verbose
-v

Verbosity level

0: no information given, 1: errors, 2: warnings, 3: info, 4: all, debug: debug level

 

 

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