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Old 10-05-2007, 06:04 AM   #1
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Arrow Maya 8 MR batch render problem

Hey guys and gals, long time reader first time poster

I've looked around to find a solution to a problem I'm having and had no luck on doing so, so I thought I would ask!

I have been trying to render out some simple cycles in mental ray using batch renders in Maya 8, but its not doing it correctly, it's as if the rig leaves behind certain parts of the model while rendering out other pieces of the model in the correct location. When I do single frame renders it works fine, its only in Mental Ray using batch render. I've uploaded an example of this.

http://awesomerandy.com/mentalraybreak.mov

I have tried rendering this before in Maya 7, and it worked fine but now I have Maya 8 so I'm a little confused on what was changed


any help would be greatly appreciated, if further clarification is needed, don't hesitate to say so!
 
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