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Old 02-26-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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frame skipping

I am a noob at this, I probably got about 150hrs into maya.

I am having a issue where the frame is skipping, when I look into the script editor:
// Warning: Nucleus evaluation skipped, frame change too large //

How do I deal with this issue, I am currently going through the nCloth tutorial from digital tutors.

I tried to back track (crl+z) and that didn't work, reupload the same file, didn't work, uploaded a different scene, that didn't work either.
 
Old 02-27-2013, 06:24 AM   #2
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Troubleshooting this, I can take it from frame by frame, but when I tinker with the attributes with the nucleus1, I take down the substeps to 3 and max collision iterations to 5, it starts skipping to different sets of frames, still get that error though. Has anyone had this kind of trouble when playing with nCloth/Mesh. When I play a different scene, like one with a ballerina dancing, it doesn't skip any frames at all.
 
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