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Chaoscope ve been using jwildfire

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Chaoscope
I've been using jwildfire for a while, but I decided to go back and have a go
with my first strange-attractor love. It runs great in wine, and there's a Linux
command-line renderer for it, so I've setup my workflow such that I look for
interesting fractals in the GUI, save the file and a script automatically picks
it up, and if there are free CPU cores, it starts rendering it right away. This
way I can utilize CPU much better. Chaoscope still makes the sweetest solid IFS
renders I know of! :) I also made a script to batch process a list of files.
I wrote it for 8 cores. 
 csp-batch.sh:
 #!/bin/bash
 export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../lib/
 JOBS=$@
 LIVE=()
 for JOB in $JOBS
 do
     DST=${JOB::-7}.bmp 
     DST=`echo $DST | awk -F/ '{print $NF}'`
     DST="imgs/$DST"
     ./csp -i "$JOB" -o "$DST" &> /dev/null &
     ID=$!
     echo "Render $JOB -> $DST ($ID)"
     LIVE+=($ID)
     NC=`ps aux | grep csp | wc -l`
     while [ $NC -gt 6 ]
     do
         sleep 1
         NC=`ps aux | grep csp | wc -l`
     done
 done
 echo "All started, waiting for all to finish ..."
 wait ${LIVE[@]}
 Usage: ./csp-batch.sh /path/to/files/*.csproj


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