I have prepared an animation which is 50 seconds long. Now, i just want to render that animation, but i couldn't.
The problem is that if i select "Entire Animation" option for the time range, and click the "Render" button, i obtain just an image rendered (1 frame) and if i try to write the time range manually by selecting the "Specified Time Range" option, i've realized that it is not allowed to specify a value greater than 30 secs. When i write "30.1" for instance, the forecolor of the input box turns red, and a message appears if i click the "Render" button, saying "Invalid Expression!"
"Help" says, "You can adjust any value in the input box.", however.
I've solved the problem by making two seperate animations and merging them by using an other video editing software, but i didn't satisfy the topic. Is there a limitation due to "something" or am i doing something wrong?
Make sure that your animation length is set appropriately. I dont have IV open right now so i cant send a screenshot, but in the animation timeline dialog box there should be a button in the top rigth that when pressed comes up with an option to set total animation length. If this is set to 30sec.. then it wont let you create animations past that time (which is why 30.1 was red).
I usually set this to a large number when creating animations, and before i go to animate just trim it down to where it needs to be to avoid having to continually extend that time.
Thank you for your reply, but as i said before I have prepared an animation which is 50 seconds long. I mean i have already set the animation length to 50 secs. Nevertheless, it is not possible to render the entire animation.
I can render the animation for 0~10 secs or 0~30 secs, but i can not do it for 0~50 secs or 0~31 secs or even 30~50 secs.
Guys, I believe I am having the same problem. See, I dont know the reason... but recently I havent been able to make the rendering of my dynamic simulations. I make a video with the no render option and its ok... but when I try to render.... the simulation dont start so... there is a video of just one frame, or maybe two, the start and end of the simulation. If you happen to know whats going on I wish you could help me.
First read here on Studio a little more: http://imaginit.rand.com/files/ML311-3%20LIG.pdf , and here http://imaginit.rand.com/files/Styling%20Inventor%20Studio.pdf
Second, I believe it has something to do with your Video Producer timeline. Are you recording using that one or the standard Inventor Studio one? I have seen before that if a Production is active then the standard studio bar will not render correctly.