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Old 29-01-2004, 05:03 PM   #1
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I'm doing a render, and wondering. How can you see how far the rendering is?

I know you can see it's reached frame "something", but does it calculate somwhere an estimatet finish time or something like that, so you have just a clue how long it's going to take?
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I don't know if there is a way to know how long it's going to take (I think there probably isn't a way), but if you want to know how long it took "after" you finished rendering then all you have to do is open the file "mayaRenderLog.txt" inside your my documents>maya folder
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The script editor will tell you what frame it's on, but there is no native tool in Maya to calculate time remaining.
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