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  02 February 2013
FumeFX question

Hello everybody again,

i've a problem, i had to cache a simulation of smoke for 1050 frame, now i need to freeze it at frame 1030 and render it out a a fly over cam. But befoe that i wanted to upres the sim and apply the wavelet, but not to all sim, i just need one cache frame to be upres. How can i do it? because if i chanhe the output range is not working.

thanks in advanced!
 
  02 February 2013
You have to wavelet the whole range. At this time you cannot adjust the output durations, wavelet turbulence must start from the beginning of the simulation. So moving the start time downrange or using an Initial State will not work with wavelet turbulence.

As it was explained to me and how I understand it, when running wavelet the only thing reused is the velocity channel, all source objects are reapplied. FYI another side effect, when hiding a source for a wavelet simulation that source will not generate fluid or wavelet turbulence.
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