Render Queue rendering multiple frames instead of single image

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  12 December 2012
Render Queue rendering multiple frames instead of single image

I set a couple of still renders off last night through render queue and came to look at the results this morning which had 15 versions of the same frame and it was still in progress. So it looks like Cinema was thinking I was wanting to render an animation. However the render options are definitely set to render current frame.

I have an experimental camera path in the file using a different motion cam but A it is not using that cam and B C4D is set to current frame.

The only other thing I can think of is that I imported an fbx format sofa model and on the import options it mentioned something about animation frames but i just clicked through that. Do you think this might have done something to cinema as im not sure how I can avoid this happening again as it seems to be overriding the render settings.

Thanks for any help.
  12 December 2012
could you post the c4d file?
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  12 December 2012
Unfortunately the project is NDA at the moment so can't upload the file. What is odd is that I've just re-rendered manually and it just did the single frame as expected so it looks to be render queue issue.
  12 December 2012
This happened to me a couple of times, normally when I modified a scene after putting it in the Render Queue. Seems Cinema doesn't like very much if you touch his queue :-), and it begins to re-render the same scene in a buckle and doesn't jump to the next one.

Now what I do is always erase all the scenes from the queue and drag them there again before I click rendering. Since I do this the problem haven't occurred again.
Don't know if it's a kind of voodoo but it did work for me....

  12 December 2012
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