Scanline mis-naming render images?

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  03 March 2013
Scanline mis-naming render images?

Dear all,

I have been using Max 2012 since last January, and it's just recently developed an odd bug (perhaps from a plug-in?).

When I render my PNG sequences using Scanline, now it frequently misnames a couple of the frames, naming them something like "LE659C~1". Which means, of course, that I have to dig through my sequence, find the missing frames, compare to see which belongs where, and then rename those frames. Which isn't horrible, once in a while, but since it's becoming common, it ends up being a big new drag in my workflow.

Any insight into solving this would be most appreciated. Thanks!

-matt faw
  03 March 2013
Perhaps this might help: when I rendered the same scene again, the same frames were mislabeled: frames 42 and 85. I think those might have been the same frames as were mis-named on some previous projects.

Also, I render both left and right eye views, because I'm doing stereoscopic work, and I make sure that the respective render names start with the words "left" and "right". For some reason, it has only been the left eye which has been mis-named.

Do these details help illuminate the problem?
  03 March 2013
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