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xsitar
12-15-2008, 03:52 PM
I ran into a problem today when assigning ICE (Simulated tree) to one of my objects. The object is animated and uses some animated deformers (curve-deform, lattice, twist).

When i applied ICE it screwed up all the deformers/ animations.

Why is that? I thought ICE was non-destructive.

Any ideas?

Strang
12-15-2008, 07:05 PM
http://softimage.wiki.avid.com/xsidocs/ICE_simulation_TheSimulationRegionsandNodes.htm#Rmr85755

"By default, the initial state of a simulation is the result of the regions below the Simulation region on the first frame at which the simulation environment is active (see The ICE Simulation Environment (http://softimage.wiki.avid.com/xsidocs/ICE_simulation_TheICESimulationEnvironment.htm#Rmr93887)). When the simulation is active, the regions below the Simulation
region are not re-evaluated."

xsitar
12-15-2008, 07:09 PM
oh wow awesome!

thanks!

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