For some reason, when I try rendering my scene, it just stops close to the end with no explanation.
Has anyone come across this issue?
As well, is there a way to write the total time rendering to an output file? I see that it does write it to the last line of the command window once it finishes, but is there a command arg/flag that can do that for me?
NOTE: Im currently running that whole blender command in a python subprocess.Popen()
I was just looking for this and you are the only one who seems to have had this issue. If you’ve solved it since then, did you do anything in particular?
-Right now I am working with Blender 2.90.1.
-Rendering from CLI
-Nothing fancy, just “-blender <path_to_file> -a” so that I can batch multiple projects at once, overnight.
Somewhere after aprox. 1 hour, the render just hangs. No error, no problems, nothing: it just looks like it’s still rendering but it doesn’t move past a certain line (like “Rendered x/y tiles” but sits there indefinitely).
Closing the cmd window and restarting the rendering works fine, but seeing next morning that only 100 of 1000 frames have been done is not fun
I’m using 2.91 for these cases aswell, as it hangs less, but I’ve noticed this problem with that version aswell (although… to be honest, it’s a development branch, so issues are to be expected).
Final note: I have tweaked Windows Power settings so that the HDD (SSD) & windows & anything really don’t go in idle/sleep mode, although Blender actively working should already prevent that from happening.