Provide an OPTION to put COMPOSITING LAYERS into SEPARATE SUB-FOLDERS
Currently ALL rendered files go into the SAME destination folder. (Picture #1)
I suspect some video editing software could have a difficult time separating all the different composite layers.
It would be nice to have an OPTION to put each "layer" into it's own sub-folder.
COMMENTS: 1) At first I was thinking the RGB files could still go into the "main folder" like the currently do (Picture #2) 2) But after looking at it, I now think also having an "RGB sub-folder" is probably the better implementation. It's good to have consistency, so if the "sub-folder separation" option is selected, then EVERY type should get its own folder, including the RGB files. (Picture #3) 3) This is not critical. It is not horribly difficult to manually "search" for each composite layer set of files using Windows Explorer and separate them manually, but it would be nice to not have to do that.
Actually, you could ALWAYS put the RGB files into an RGB sub-folder, even if they are the only files being generated.
That would probably make the programming easier and more consistent. Then the only question is, which layers are on/off.
+1 This would make managing the various layers much easier.
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