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Scripting allows you to unleash the power of KeyShot for automation and , batch processing and more. Scripting functionality includes control for camera control, lighting presets, materials and material templates, environment, background , and backplates, rendering (images, animations, and VR) and opening/, saving /and importing files.


KeyShot scripting uses Python 3.4. To access the "Scripting Console” console go to Window > , Scripting Console. You can use KeyShot'predefined scripts or s predefined scripts or create your own custom scripts inside the Scripts tab. You can also input one-line commands inside the python interpreter (, located at the bottom of the Console tab)For instructions on how to use KeyShot's predefined scripts, click here. For additional documentation that includes a quick start guide, click here.

Scripts Location

Scripts are located in the KeyShot Assets Folder, e.g. \KeyShot 6\Scripts. To change this location, select Edit, Preferences, Folders and change the path for the Scripts folder. Scripts in the folder will be visible in the Scripts tab of the Scripting window.

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