The next step is to set up the Environment Variable to assign the port for rendering on Windows.
To set up the environment variable on Windows:
|1.||In Windows, go to Start .|
|2.||Right-click on Computer and select Properties.|
|3.||From the Computer Properties dialog box, select Advanced System Settings.|
TheSystem Properties dialog box opens.
|4.||In the System Properties dialog box, click Environment Variables.|
The Environment Variables dialog box opens.
|5.||The first variable to set up is the Maya path. Browse down in the System Variables section until you find the variable called
The Edit System Variable dialog box opens.
|7.||In the Variable value field, add a semicolon ";" at the end of the last path.|
|8.||Copy the path to the bin folder of Maya following the semicolon.|
For example: For Autodesk Maya 2011 on Windows, the path would be as follows:
binfolder from the explorer browsing window to make sure you have the exact path.
|•||Preparing the Project Directory|
|•||Setting Up the Environment Variable and Script on Mac OS X|
|•||Setting Up the Network View|
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