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  07 July 2008
memory problem

hey guys, i have a big problems , i am trying to emit object instances, and i guess the mesh is heavy (allot of poly's) now every time i try to render its says memory issue etc.. vray does an error and max is shut down , i tried to make the object into a vray proxie and still the same resault = crash
is there a way around this ??? plz help
 
  07 July 2008
You cant use vray proxies in pflow - get it to make a mesh per object in the render operator. The other option is to bake the particle movement to scene objects like in the first tutorial here - http://www.scriptspot.com/bobo/mxs5/pflow/
 
  07 July 2008
Other then that please check what your render node is set to:

usually it´s set to single mesh. set it to multiple meshes and play with the particles per mesh settings. i guess the particle sytem gets simply to heavy for a single meshing render prodedure.

anselm
 
  07 July 2008
yaeh i just rendered and its all rubish with vproxies
your right joconnell , about the bobo tut im not so good in scripts and stuff like that so id rather try
PsychoSilence method first ,
thank u guys
 
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