chanson78 wrote:Sorry but not easy at all.
I spent two hours rendering but it only rendered frame 1 after all that time, even though it said to be rendering more frames. When I go to export as Quicktime movie I get a whole list of errors.
I have selected render frame range, I have 1000 frames but it seems to just render 1 frame in all that time, even though I could see more being rendered in the MPlay window. I also get a untitled1.piclc file with 1 frame in it with 1,1,1, as the sequence?
juanjgon wrote: if you have the output file options enabled, you should have the rendered files on your disk. You must configure the output path/filename using the $F token to set the file frame numbering, like in Mantra, for example $HIP/render/filename-$F.exr
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