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Viewing render history for a project?

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Is anyone aware of a way to view past render history times for a project? When I have changed file location etc and open/close the project I lose my history. Does cinema 4d store the time taken for all outputs of a project somewhere in the log files? 

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No, I think once you close the program, that info has gone for good...

 

CBR

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  • 4 minutes ago, Cerbera said:

    No, I think once you close the program, that info has gone for good...

     

    CBR

    Just found *.xml log files in the project folder which gives a break down of machine info, render data info (from xF to xF) and batch info which includes added to queue time, start time and overall render time. 

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    That surprises me -- don't think I have ever seen an xml in my project folders ! But thanks for the correction !

     

    CBR

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