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I once had a problem where I couldn’t render anything, and I figured out that I had to have my rendered scenes saved in a pre-determined area for it to be able to render. try changing your “set” settings to documents / Maya / Projects / default. That’s on my mac, so sorry if you have a PC, I don’t know if it’s the same :(. This probably isn’t your problem, but might as well check…
I have the same problem but Maya stays open and the message stays for ages on the command response //Result: Rendering with Maya Software and when I cancel I get a message saying Sorry, previous batch render has not started. or when I click on show batch render I get a command response of No image file to show current rendering.
Hello I have fixed my batch render or at least found the problem. If you are connected to a server which gives your computer an I.P. address then try disconnecting your computer from the network by turning your wireless off or taking out the ethernet wire and then restart your computer with it still being disconnected then try batch rendering.