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Issues with R20 on Mac 10.14.6. (Mojave)

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Hi all,

My machine has recently had it's OS updated to 10.14 Mojave, and now every time I render (either preview, render region or to Picture Viewer) my Mac's CPU usage spikes to over 1000% and I can barely do anything else (such as move the curser!).  This happens with Cinema's renderer as well as V-Ray.  Before, on the older OS it ran like a dream. (it's a 2013 Mac Pro).
Obviously the inability to use the machine while rendering in the background is pretty rubbish.  Has anybody else experienced any similar problems?

Many thanks for any advice!

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Hi Beagle, it would be great if you could report this via bug reports and send scene file that gives you issuse and share everything that might help. But I think this is not on Cinemas side, but rather Mac...but its really hard to say like this.


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  • Hi Igor, thanks for the reply.  Yes, I too believe it is a Mac OS issue as it also happens on R19, and it doesn't matter what the scene is, just rendering anything causes this issue.  I guess I just want to hear if anybody else on here runs C4d OK on Mojave or if the issue has been spotted by someone else.  I've attached a picture of my CPU usage when rendering.  1500% Can't be right, surely! 

    Probably a stupid question, but how do I report a bug?

     

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    To report a bug, you navigate to Help menu on top bar and then the last options you should be able to see Report Bug/Idea.


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