I have a timeline that needs to be rendered several times a day. No changes to anything. Go back to a sequence you finished earlier that was fully rendered and now they are all un-rendered.
Really fun thing is that the render files are still there on the drive.
Set it to render the timeline again and it creates identical render files of the same size and format of the files it rendered earlier all sitting there side by side. Now I have four render files of same file size just from different times today.
It's like it writes them and then forgets where it put them.
on Aug 4, 2018 at 2:09:45 am Last Edited By Dave LaRonde on Aug 5, 2018 at 9:21:30 pm
That's the beauty of CC 2018. Don't you just love it?
My company won't allow CC 2018 on its machines... now, there's a ringing endorsement!
Face it, folks -- if you're Just A User -- not an IT person, not a 20-year Adobe vet, don't have a Computer Science degree -- you're hosed with CC 2018. It's just not universal enough for regular users.
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