limitations in DOS vs Windows compiles

limitations in DOS vs Windows compiles

Post by Paul Szu » Wed, 20 Nov 1996 04:00:00

I was rendering a scene last night which used a large (2Kx2K)
image map. When I tried to render it using either the official
DOS compile or an unofficial GCC compile it crashed or said it
could not allocate enough memory. The windows version ran just
fine however. I had lots of space for virtual memory on the
disk and 15Mb of RAM free. Is there some way around this
problem for DOS? I use a customized version of POVray that is
DOS compiled.


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Hello All,

I am looking for a program that can allow you to make an animation file (I
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The file formats I can have these still images are as follows:


Ideally I would like a command-line application, one that I could call
from another program, but a GUI program would be acceptable.

Any leads would be appreciated.

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