Be sure to check the Top, Front, and Side views in SynthEyes to make sure the scene is as expected, not just the camera view.
Be on the lookout for single-frame shifts between the camera animation and imagery if you see slight sliding or jittering in the downstream application.
Make sure that the export file nameand entire path namedo not contain any accented or special characters. Valid characters are A-Z, a-z, 0-9, underscore, dash, and space (better without spaces, never first or last character).
Downstream applications may need to be set for English language input.
The Maya script has a first-frame setting that may need adjusting depending on your setup, if you notice small velocity-dependent shifts.
If you have trouble with the Electric Image camera export, you probably need to switch to an Implicit camera type.
Use notepad/textedit to open the Sizzle script for your export type. Check for configuration values, limitations, requirements, comments etc. at the top of the script.
If you need to report a problem, send us the SNI file, the exported output, and a screen capture of the importing application: either any error messages, or the appearance of the imported scene.