right now, I’m trying to make a cloth simuation after a very good tutorial that has been made with Blender 2.68a. I’m using 2.83, and in the beginning I could adapt the workflow, but when it came to adjusting the parameter settings for physics, all-of-a-sudden Blender got very, very slow. In addition, I couldn’t find the cloth pref ‘cotton’. When I wanted to play the simulation, Blender froze. I had to restart my PC (Ubuntu Mate 20.04). The same happened with Blender 2.82. When I tried to render the animation via shell
blender -b cloth.blend -E CYCLES -s 1 -e 250 -t 2 -a, only the very first frame was rendered; then Blender was killed. Hardware used: AMD Ryzen 3 3200G with Radeon Vega Graphics × 4, GeForce GT 710/PCIe/SSE2, 16 GB RAM. Does anyone have an idea where the problem could be?
P. S.: The link to the .blend file (6.3 MB).