Altus will save the denoised result as an EXR image. Denoised AOVs will be saved as a multi-layer EXR.
Altus has problems dealing with data windows that are smaller than display windows. As a workaround, data windows will be ignored on file write.
the absolute file path that serves as a template for output file paths. ‘####’ and ‘%4d’ in the base name are supported
The path to the directory to which filtered images are written
The name of the scene being processed (default: guessed)
Original layers in a multi-layer OpenEXR image given for “rgb” can be preserved and saved as layers inside the filtered output image by passing
--preserve-layers to Altus.
Set the quality level of the denoised RGB image.