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Related This entry was posted in Arnold, Maya, MTOA and tagged Arnold, Batch Rendering, Maya by xsisupport. albehany 2010-10-23 08:17:00 UTC #13 apple>>system preferences>>security>>firewall>>Allow all incoming connectionsthis waht I done and the error goI hope that help you stephenlindley laurentia 2010-11-24 13:25:24 UTC #14 I was getting this Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are If that does not happen to work out, you can try flushing the DNS cache on your local machine manually. Check This Out

I was resigned to having to reboot my machine until I saw this. Everyone's Tags: commandcreatingerrorportSocket View All (5) Reply 1 Kudo StantCo

Post 2 of 5 Share Report Re: Batch render // Error: line 1: Socket error creating command port Options Mark No. I could not figure out why, tried a few things but of course nothing worked so I shut down the computer but later when I started my computer up again and http://simplymaya.com/forum/showthread.php?t=36415

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if so can I turn it off? I must complete a 360 frame long animation for saturday, everithing is set, ready to go, but when i try batch rendering, Maya 2013 gives me this message: "// Error: line Since it may be a firewall issue, I have tried modifying my att firewall to allow reception from Autodesk Maya 2015 but am running into password login issues with att uverse No worries, joining is easy.

Used the mel commandPort commands. andrew-nelson 2011-08-19 15:43:49 UTC #17 Hi, just thought I would add a bit about my experiences with this. I found out that a process named mayabatch.exe in windows task manager would still run after Maya was closed. So what happens in a network environment is that Maya will actually routes itself through the network back to your machine.

Like many other Maya users, I started getting this error when I tried to batch render: // Error: line 1: Socket error creating command port SOLIDANGLE-PC:7835 (10048). I'm really in the need of your help! oh am using mental ray in maya 2011, don’t know if that makes a difference joojaa 2010-05-12 14:58:18 UTC #2 Your firewall is blocking maya. http://mayastation.typepad.com/maya-station/2011/10/socket-error-creating-command-port.html thanks by the way joojaa 2010-05-12 15:45:01 UTC #4 Why does it need to get through the firewall Because it uses internet sockets for inter process communication.

or is their a new feature in maya 2011 No its not. I must complete a 360 frame long animation for saturday, everithing is set, ready to go, but when i try batch rendering, Maya 2013 gives me this message: "// Error: line Not a techy but thought the info would help those better informed to figure out what was going on and help out the rest of us. do you have a definition for the address in your host file?

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RayReturn to posts indexReport Post << PREVIOUS • VIEW ALL • PRINT • NEXT >>© 2016 CreativeCOW.net All Rights Reserved[TOP] http://forums.cgsociety.org/archive/index.php?t-1090397.html Second the batch renderer need sa network connection inorder to obtain a licence, again it will talk to the local computer unless youve defined a licencing server and again over teh Maya Batch Render Not Working You may also have two Maya session loaded, maybe a background render that has not completed and is locking the port. I have an IMac and a MacBook Pro.  On both I'm running Mac Os 10.6 and May 2012 - SP3.  I think when I'm at home the MacBook gets an internet

RSS Feed Subscribe Google Search Share Categories animation API C++ cameras Composite dynamics environment variables FBX feedback fileIO installation & configuration linux Mac OS Matchmover Maya news Mayastation news MEL mental his comment is here And debugging why it doesn't work is outside the scope of this forum. The comments to this entry are closed. New Post Related Content Search the Autodesk Knowledge Network for more content.

Basically what it does is it opens a internet connecteion form you to you so it can opena  communcation channel. All postings and use of the content on this site are subject to the Apple Support Communities Terms of Use.  Apple Support Communities More ways to shop: Visit an Apple In Maya preferences, under Applications, at the very bottom is an item named Default Command Port that you can choose to enable or disable. http://divxpl.net/maya-error/maya-error-d3dx9-42-dll.html Generally this issues fixes itself after a few hours.

Copy this name.2. Like you say networks are so far from what I do on a daily basis and I wouldnt know where to begin either. Please remember I'm on a MAC.

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Can someone please tell me why this error comes back and goes away again please? But I need the internet to work when I do the batch render. Traduction par phpBB-fr.com Coffee Time - Free style by CoSa NoStrA DeSiGn • Original WebDesign by Template World Highend3d Forums Log In // Error: Socket error creating command port Maya mental-ray I also posted on the area and someone there said:  "Did you give Maya permissions through your firewall when you installed it?" I just did a standard install and didn't see

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In Maya preferences, under Applications, at the very bottom is an item named Default Command Port that you can choose to enable or disable. Anyway, I hardly ever do batch rendering, been mostly focussing on learning animation.  Today I attempted batch render.  I did so on the MacBook and got the // Error: Socket error Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Thanks for understanding!

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Post 3 of 5 Share Report Re: Batch render // Error: line 1: Socket error creating command port Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to This is why you must to make sure that the firewall settings are allowing the mayabatch process through regardless of being on a network or not. Share your knowledge, ask questions, and explore popular Maya materials topics. see this link to find the answer : http://mayastation.typepad.com/maya-station/2011/10/socket-error-creating-command-port.html?CMP=OTC-RSSMNE01blog hope it helps.

Then when I disconnect the internet, the render worked. I really need help, I have deadline in two days. Any chance you took up what port you had attached your command port to? I'm really in the need of your help!