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Old 09-26-2003, 08:30 AM   #1
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Question explosion of a cookie

Hi,
I have a cookie with cream that explodes in the frame 390 to normal speed and the speed diminishes in the frame 397 to a factor of 0.03, it continues this way until the frame 480 and then everything stops 5 seconds (this part is easy, simply I use the same object 5 seconds) and then everything should accelerate in 7 frames to normal speed again.
The explosion of the cookie is already resolved (normal velocity and slow motion), but the cream not.
Does somebody know how to accelerate and to decrease the speed of a simulation in RealFlow??? Ive tried to change the FPS but this option cannot animate... :P

Any advice will be very appreciated!


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