Ok, Now I am confused.......
So, for an animation, moving any geometry or moving the camera needs a single mxs file to produce a single image for each frame.
If this is the case, what does the -a option to mxcl.exe do, as you are only specifing one mxs scene to render?
What about creating a single image (using a long shutter speed) and moving or tracking the camera? I presume that this is where you define mutliple camera possitions using multiple setCamera(...) to produce camera motion blur.
In this case will mxcl -mxs:scene.mxs -a:2-4 only produce a single image that combines the second to fourth camera postions?
How would you go about creating a single image (long shutter speed) containing moving geometry that displays geometry motion blur?