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Old 03-22-2012, 09:19 AM   #1
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Help: unbakeable particle mesh

Hi all,
I've used several ways to bake this geometry, some fails totally (error message) and some bake with wrong time sinc and other strange behavior.
Can someone test it with its bake tools? thanks.
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Old 03-23-2012, 09:45 AM   #2
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another "interesting" problem came with this mesh:
if you try to render it you obtain a render different to the viewport (the baked solution in xmesh)...
at this point is more a particle flow problem then the mesher/baker tools.

can you help me? I'm here....
 
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seems to be solved...thanks
 
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Are you sure your viewport and render sub steps match? By default it's Frame for viewport and HalfFrame for Render.
 
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Are you sure your viewport and render sub steps match? By default it's Frame for viewport and HalfFrame for Render.


hi anselm,
now I've solved.
the problem was the error caused by the particle flow baker script... don't know why.
abandoned it and used other bake solutions all were right.
thanks for reply.
 
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