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akinlolugboji wrote:

"Keep getting this error, what am I doing wrong

"Command: coMOTION Settings updated

Start Animation...

***** False camera setup *****;

error: bad argument type: numberp: nil"

 

What settings are you using for the Camera and on the Settings tab? Is it an older model used prior to build 010? A value is missing... As to which one, I'm not sure with out a little more info.

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What I found out is this. Where ever I set up a camera(usually having a path and target differently), and I have to stop the animation (usually to change/ add sometime) I get the message when I click render. Should I delete the spline (camera path) and/or point (target) and redo it all over again, then hit the render button it works. Why?

Yes the latest build of CoMotion, Win 7 32bit OS.
Let dig into it... I'm not sure why Changing/adding anything to the model would affect coMotion.
So I found out. Give it a try too.

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