Gipya wrote:A - Windows 10 with latest updates in date before the 9th / 6 / 2020
B - Gigabyte RTX 2080
C - 8GB
D - Studio driver 442.19
E - v4.00
F - 2020.1 R6
G - C4d r20.059 Prime
Hello, A file got literally destroyed after 1 day of work on it, just when launching the second render.
The file was the second version of an interior, this 2nd version has been developed in 1 day from the version 1. During the day I saved multiple times this 2nd version, always overwriting the same file.
At the end of the day, when launching the renders, the 1st one went pretty fine, and before saving it, I launched the 2nd render, which made crashing c4d, and automatically saving the file in bugreports folder.
The problem is that both files, the original and the one in bugreports got a size reduction from around 250 mb to less than 1 mb. Both files! If I try to open them, it says "Not enough memory..."
So now I have to remake all the job again.
nejck wrote:Alright, just had it happen again. Figured out something...
C4D can't save the file (and it actually deletes the exist one in the process) due to the above errors. If I copy the content of my scene into a new empty scene, I still can't save it - same error. If I delete all of the Octane materials however, then C4D saves the file just fine.
As I said earlier, this seems to be very much Octane related.
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