Author Topic: stunning obscuration  (Read 864 times)

2020-05-29, 20:19:40

celmar

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Hello! I'm definitely the guy who's in a lot of trouble today!   By rendering an animation, without touching anything, that's what happened from frame 42 to 43!!! an explanation????

2020-06-02, 11:49:36
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beanzvision

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Without having the file it would be hard to say. What version of Corona are you running?

2020-06-02, 16:40:49
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maru

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Looks like the black frame is either missing most assets, or shows a different render pass.

2020-06-04, 09:04:55
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i recently had such a different frame, not so extreme but darker as some light woudl be missing, on rebus farm, only 1 of 50 frames. they re rendered the frame on request, then it was ok (with  official v5)

2020-06-04, 09:57:17
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i recently had such a different frame, not so extreme but darker as some light woudl be missing, on rebus farm, only 1 of 50 frames. they re rendered the frame on request, then it was ok (with  official v5)

I've had that happen to me on rebus as well, bu never with a local team render.

2020-06-04, 15:16:14
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maru

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Specifically, it looks like the reflection pass. Are you using multi-pass and have the reflection pass enabled?

2020-06-04, 20:04:17
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celmar

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yes, I had the reflection pass... And effectively, I've stopped the render, then shut down and re start the computer, and everything became ok again... But it's surprising!