Ultra slow motion in fumefx!!! *Is that possible?*

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Old 10 October 2013   #1
Ultra slow motion in fumefx!!! *Is that possible?*

I think this is the right thread to post queries regarding Fumefx, My apologies if its not.
I am working on a rotor wash effect. Simulation of dust has been already done using "pfsource" and "fumefx". By the way i am using 3ds max 2011. Is there any way to slowdown both. i am looking for a slow motion scene, Ultra slow motion would be great. Please anyone tell me how to execute it without any jerks and shakes in animation.

Thanks in advance
 
Old 10 October 2013   #2
For the Particle Flow you can use "drag" spacewrap to slow down your particles.
For FumeFX, try reducing "time scale" option (in the simulation roolout) from 1.0 , to something like: 0,2?
You can even animate that parameter.

The only problem is that render sometimes becomes too jitter, so I'll use your thread to ask anyone for advice on that matter.
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Old 10 October 2013   #3
Thanks for the tip d4rk3lf, really appreciate it.. it seems very hard to grab any attention here :(
 
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