Rendered images are made available to download as tasks finish. They are downloaded to the output path specified during submission by default. Once you have successfully downloaded the files for a task, its status changes to Downloaded in the Web UI.
Client tools Downloader¶
The downloader command can run in one of two modes: manual or daemon. Use manual mode to download files for a specific job, and use daemon mode to download files for all jobs as they become available.
# Download all files for job 00014 conductor downloader --job_id 00014 # Download files for task 010 in job 00014 conductor downloader --job_id 00014 --task_id 010
# Start the downloader in daemon mode, run it with no arguments conductor downloader
All command line options.¶
|-h, --help||show this help message and exit|
||The job id(s) to download. When specified, will only download those jobs and terminate afterward|
||Manually download output for this task|
||Override for the output directory|
||An optional string to indicate which location this downloader executable should register as. This option is only relevant for conductor accounts, which submits jobs from different locations (e.g., differing geographic locations or office locations with differing file systems). Typically each location would have its conductor downloader process running. This location argument allows each downloader to target specific jobs (to download upon job-completion) that match its appropriate location. Essentially this allows you to only download jobs that were submitted from your location.|
||An optional string to indicate which project that this downloader executable should register as.|
||The logging level to display. Choose from
||When provided, write a rotating log file to the provided directory|
||The number of threads that should download simultaneously|
Companion App Downloader¶
Conductor Companion provides a GUI for users who don't feel comfortable using the command line. The Companion App displays a panel for each job, which you can expand to check files' availability and manage downloads. See the Companion reference page for more information.