Support for Rendering. Simple. Beautiful. Smart.

Detect bad or missing frames in image
and particle sequences. Easily.
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$99. Free 5 day trial for macOS and Windows.
MUST HAVE SUPPORT
FOR RENDERING.
Installers for MacOS and Windows included.
Activation required after 5(five) day trial.
Each Ramma license may be used on 2 (two) machines.

Available free to Patreon supporters of $25 or more.
Support for images rendered from Cinema4D, Maya,
Fusion, After Effects, 3dsmax, Resolve, NUKE, and particle simulation data from Realflow, Houdini and Xparticles, among many other animation and video tools.
NEW FEATURES
OMIT FOLDERS
Unwanted folders can be easily omitted within Ramma to prevent them being included in future collections.
REPORT BAD FRAMES
Ramma can create a list of frames identified as bad, allowing these frame numbers to be easily passed to rendering software quickly.
FEATURES
CLEAN & CLEAR
Designed to be simple to understand and easy to use.
Every frame of a sequence is represented as a block in the user interface, making it easy to see problems at a glance.
NESTING INSTINCT
Ramma automatically adds nested folders that contain sequences, making it easy to work with versions and render passes in separate sub-folders.
STAY UPDATED
Ramma updates on the fly when changes to sequences are detected. With this you can effectively use Ramma as a render output monitor. Ramma will also display notifications if problems are found.
SEQUENCE VALIDATION
Ramma inspects each frame and checks it for incorrect
file headers, file size divergence or other factors that would cause a sequence to become invalidated.
DESIGNED TO BE FAST
Ramma is engineered to populate sequences and report any potential problems fast, without user intervention.
ALL COMMON FORMATS
Ramma supports all common production render
file formats and particle cache formats.

.jpg/.jpeg .png .tif/.tiff .dpx .sgi .tga
.exr .xpc .vdb .bin .dng .psd .jp2
WORKS OVER A NETWORK
Whether working locally or within an infrastructure, Ramma can access sequences wherever folder access is granted.
Developed by Jahan Addison & Michael Christophersson.
Designed by Michael Christophersson. 2016—2017
Version 1.2.2
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