smoke with dpit?

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Old 02 February 2013   #16
You can attach the file here in the forum (manage attachments), but you have to zip the file because .C4D is not allowed and these are usually very large if the editor resolution of the dpit solver is not reduced on purpose for exchange.
Old 02 February 2013   #17

ok thanks!, here it is.
Old 02 February 2013   #18
The "smoke distance" was set to 1000 cm, but that makes the smoke very thin. Try 1 cm to get the smoke visible.
Old 02 February 2013   #19
when I set it to 1cm in "fog distance" in Environment, it was not this time either visible.
I tried turning the UVW coordinate on all 3, but when the smoke was visible but very poor quality.
Did you mean fog or smoke distance? I can find no place where it says "smoke distance".
Old 02 February 2013   #20
Sorry for the typo. In vray in general it is "fog distance", but there was a resource file provided by Samir that changed the naming of some of these parameters to more smoke&fire-related terms. So normally it is fog distance and not smoke absorbance.
For the parameters I would suggest to play a bit with the sliders in the three channels, similar to the scene that I have posted.
For the question of UVW-coordinates checkbox it seems to be like that: turn them off, if you have vrayforc4d newer than 1.2.6.
Old 02 February 2013   #21
ok, fine, thanks.!

Then it probably is version 1.2.5 I have.
Old 02 February 2013   #22
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