glad to hear your animation finished at last - phew - 51 hours!
Looking forward to seeing the result.
As an aid to decreasing the rendering time, it might also be worth trying the following:
1. Do not allow Anilab to create a movie as it runs, un-tick Add new frames to movie immediately after creation
, under AnimationLab Options/Movie
2. Select None
, under AnimationLab Options/Preferences
3. Click Save Frames as image files
, under AnimationLab Options/Frames
When the rendering has finished, you will have many image files, either BMP or JPG, and these can then be turned into an animation, using the IMSI Montage Center, Windows Movie Maker, or, any suitable programme. Any sections that don't look natural can be rendered separately until you are happy with the result. You don't have to render all frames each time, if one or two are wrong.
I hope this helps.
« Last Edit: February 20, 2015, 08:10:43 AM by Tim Stewart »
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Testing/using with Win 10 and various TurboCAD 64-bit versions.