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Old 10-19-2011, 10:20 PM   #1
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FiberFX

I am trying to use FiberFX in Lightwave 10.1 64 bit for the manes and tails of horses. When I animate each horse in its own scene it works but when I bring each horse into the main scene it doesn't and I can't even get the Pixel Filter check box to activate in the Processing tab in the Background dialogue box. Any ideas as to why it won't work?
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Old 10-20-2011, 08:44 AM   #2
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Also....

I forgot to mention that it's a scene using a superpano camera in it....... the FiberFX works fine with the group in a scene with a regular camera but as soon as I introduce the superpano cam it stops working.
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I had an email from Kiko of Liberty3D regarding FiberFX and the superpano camera and it's an issue with a non straight line camera. You switch to voxel mode by selecting volume only on the main FiberFX panel and it works fine.
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