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Old 04 April 2013   #1
I need some help please?

I trying to make a Vortex with paper flying into it. I would like to have some of the paper emitter before the initial ZERO mark on the time line. would you anyone know how to key the emission of a particle emitter to negative? Also, I'm trying to get multiple emitters to work at the same time, but I can only get one working? Any thoughts?
 
Old 04 April 2013   #2
Just play the particle simulation until you get a nice frame that you want to start with.
In the Solvers menu hit set inital state. WHAM DONE!

Are you perhaps just duplicating you emitter? if so that wont work without connecting the emitter to the particle system. You can do this in the relationship editor Dynamic relationships.

good luck
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Old 04 April 2013   #3
Also, try to include a relative thread title when you post. People who know about the specificity of your issue will see it and click on it, also others with a similar problem will be able to find it easier in forum and google searches.
 
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