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Old 04 April 2012   #1
Dynamics section?

Though I am a maya user and there is a dynamics subsection of the maya forum, there is no where to pose questions about dynamics with other pieces of software that don't have their own dedicated forum. There is no unified place to post questions about realflow for example. Often I'll just ask the question in the maya dynamics forum, but anyone who may be a max/RF user as opposed to a maya/RF user will never even see my question despite possibly knowing the answer.

So perhaps either a "dynamics/simulations" section under "general techniques" or a "dynamics software" section containing different subsections of different software (realflow, naida, etc.) under "specific software" much like the already existing "compositing software".
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Old 04 April 2012   #2
Curious, I thought we actually had one under general techniques.
I don't think it'll see a ton of traffic, but it's probably worth at least giving it a shot. I'll flag it with the admins.
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