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Old 20-03-2003, 05:43 AM   #1
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Whenever i try to hardware render my render stops @ frame 10 any ideas why
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Old 20-03-2003, 06:33 AM   #2
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Check your Hardware Render window go to Rendering > Attributes and set your Start and End time. You'll also find a bunch of cool options to help improve the final output.
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Old 20-03-2003, 09:21 PM   #3
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Cool thanks mike

ty for the attributes thing in hardware rendering. one other ? the ring of fire izzy set up does it not liked to be hw rendered. because the sw render worked just fine. keep up the great work
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there are different kinds of particles. The ones marked (s/w) can be software rendered, while the rest have to hardware rendered.
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Exactly Thanks Mike!
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ahha the sweet smell of revelation!!! DO you think the book Maya Fundamentals 4.5 is worth the purchase. do you know where i can get the tuts that come on the documentation cd w/ maya 4.5. thanks for your time ...
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Originally posted by djackson362
do you know where i can get the tuts that come on the documentation cd w/ maya 4.5?

Yeah.
You installed them from the CD when you installed Maya, so simply open Maya, then hit F1 on your keyboard, and choose "Instant Maya".

Good luck!
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Izzy what i'm saying is i don't have the cd .. but thanks for the quote i'm honored ...
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If you have Maya on your computer, you should have the Help files...
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