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Mine-Imator UI glitching when using schematics, affects render as well


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Hi, my team and I are trying to do a few environment shots with Mine-Imator, but we have a big problem.

The issue occurs after importing a larger schematic. The whole mine-imator interface starts to glitch out, which wouldn't be that big of a deal, but it turns out it also affects the renderer.

Here is one of the frames from the rendered animation:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EVE0gv0c2rQwXQnOvsuFBDH60Jg1Wluw/view?usp=sharing

And here is another one:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Up03gEbRTHQKjvC1sWWlPW3HhIQpj55s/view?usp=sharing

We doubt it's the graphical card problem, since we bought a new pc a few months ago, with not too bad specs.

We suspect that we may be using too large schematics for Mine-Imator to handle.

Anyway, we would be very happy if anyone can let us know if they found a solution, or even a workaround for this issue.

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@Nimi
For reference, our graphic card is Nvidia geforce gtx 1650, so we are surprised by the flickering UI and renders.

Also this might be related (in one of the animations there was a complex water rig, so render depth was probably messed up), however its not the case everywhere (the glitching UI and render appear also on projects without this code error).

 

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FATAL ERROR in
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PerformEvent recursion depth failure - check for infinite loops, check objects for parenting
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On 3/1/2022 at 3:12 AM, moniker said:

Looks like overhearting. Monitor temps while running Mineimator.

Checked it. While it's obvious the temperature rises when viewing in Render mode, it didn't go above 60 C. Our card is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 and we used laptops with much worse graphic cards and even they didn't cause this type of error. We suspect the problem may be related to the clock rate (one of them was 1875 MHz), but we don't have enough experience or knowledge to know for sure.

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