I am creating scenes on one machine and want to render videos on these scenes on another. Both machines have LumenRT Update 10 installed. When I try to load the scene on the machine for rendering, it fails at 11% every time and I am getting this error:
If that is not legible, the error states: "Sorry, Failed to load Data. File seems corrupted. The application will close."
The scene is not corrupted as the file still loads on the machine with which it was created. I read another user had issues with large file sizes. These scenes are <1GB.
See if moving and having all scene assets in their relative locations to the .lrt file helps.
Scene assets? The scene is created on export from Microstation. I do not have control over Lumen installation folder path. I have verified the content libraries are the same. Can you provide a little more guidance on specifically what files/folders would need to have same relative path?
Update: I copied the scenes into the scene directory for LumenRT on the second machine. I attempted to export the Microstation model to LumenRT on the second machine, using the same file name, hoping it would pull in all the Lumen content from the copied .lrt file. It successfully created the scene and it retained video paths and camera locations, however, none of the content from the original scene was retained (plants, vehicle/character animations, etc).
Then none. What I suggested may have applied if the scene had other imported objects.