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I am new to render farm, i am trying to render an animation with two pc. the result in the farm directories are 600 black images, any input

 

thanks in advance

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The problem is the displacement maps.  If you remove them it should work right now in your version.  I'll probably need to update the farm as well (I haven't done it in quite a while.) Maybe this weekend.

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Something strange is still happening with your (Alejandro's) model.  The plan perspective is not showing the slabs.  I suspect that ACA is somehow getting in the way of this.  You may need to switch to a 3d view before rendering to completely clear this up-- not sure.

Roy, I removed the displacement map and the farm worked perfectly thanks for the solution, to bad I can´t use the dispalcement maps they look amazing, ACA is responsible for the walls disapearing I usually use a display coonfiguration called render. this usually solves the problem.
The displacement maps will work fine in the next build (coming soon.)  I'm going to update the render farm software as well.

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