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ddustin
01-25-2007, 10:24 PM
Here is an example we have been working on to test the FumeFX plugin.
www.dustinproductions.com/max-renders/A6-Wheel-dust-1-25-07.mov (http://www.dustinproductions.com/max-renders/A6-Wheel-dust-1-25-07.mov)
This was the 2nd day we have had the FumeFX plugin.

The file is 5.5 Mb

The vehicle is using Vehicle Studio 1.7 (http://www.newplugins.com/) for the dynamics.

thanks,

Ls3D
01-26-2007, 12:38 AM
Very cool, like Dakar!

Seems the density should fall off more as it is very opac for the whole clip. Thanks for sharing your WIP, hope to see more.

-Shea

ddustin
01-26-2007, 12:44 AM
Any idea how I would set that?

Ls3D
01-26-2007, 05:39 PM
Any idea how I would set that?
No, I do not have AfterBurn or FumeFX so I can't even guess. I think this sub forum does not get as many hits, so even though you were kind to locate it properly you will probably get more eyeballs by linking to this post from the standard thread.

-S

KidderD
01-26-2007, 06:11 PM
Here is an example we have been working on to test the FumeFX plugin.
www.dustinproductions.com/max-renders/A6-Wheel-dust-1-25-07.mov (http://www.dustinproductions.com/max-renders/A6-Wheel-dust-1-25-07.mov)
This was the 2nd day we have had the FumeFX plugin.

The file is 5.5 Mb

The vehicle is using Vehicle Studio 1.7 (http://www.newplugins.com/) for the dynamics.

thanks,

Could you do a quick playblast of the adaptive grid in that file, I'm curious to see how it handles that kind of movement, looks Awesome!!!

superhypersam
01-26-2007, 06:25 PM
The disapation values under the smoke roll out should be what u are looking for. Acts as a sort of life of part setting

ddustin
01-27-2007, 05:37 PM
Could you do a quick playblast of the adaptive grid in that file, I'm curious to see how it handles that kind of movement, looks Awesome!!!

I posted an update to the previous file.

What exactly are you interested in? the adaptive grid just expands with the car....

david

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