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Old 09-07-2012, 05:02 AM   #1
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MassFX baking problem

Hi to All,

Firstly apologies if this is in the wrong section I wasn't sure if MassFX is considered a plug in.

Basically I have a problem that i need help with.

I have done a simulation of swinging chains & after much tweaking & heartache I have it working well.

Unfortunately MassFX doesn't seem to want to bake the animation longer than about 1400 frames ( the range is 3000 as i wanted plenty of time for the chains to settle into a gentle swing ) & it crashes around 1432 frames. I've tried baking just a single link & get the same problem. I don't have autoback on so it's not being interrrupted. So i don't know what is happening.

Please if anyone knows how to solve this problem your help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers david
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