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- Fri Jan 22, 2016 3:13 am
- Forum: Realflow
- Topic: multiple dyverso domains not interacting with each other
- Replies: 5
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Currently, you must set Dyverso to use your CPU in order for multiple domains to interact with eachother. This one confused me for a while too. I would not be surprised if this limitation were removed in future releases. Also, it is worth noting that unless you have a card faster than a Geforce 780T...
Just got a chance to try the latest build (Win 9.1.1.0186). Some things are fixed, some are not. - Coriolis/Vortex daemon still only operates at the origin center of the scene (bounded or otherwise). - Morph daemon does not work with Dyverso, likely a legacy issue. Morph tends to work better than ma...
- Wed Jan 06, 2016 10:29 pm
- Forum: Realflow bug report
- Topic: Realflow waiting about a minute before start simulating
- Replies: 2
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I do know dense geometry meshes combined with a very low cell size for object collisions can result in a very long "pre-process" that makes the program look like it hangs for a bit. I'm sure there are other scene-dependent things that cause it too.
tsn wrote:One question: what's your RF version? There's a patch available since early December 2015 and this new version has lots of bugs fixed.
I'll look into this too, I missed the december patch and noticed there's quite a long list of bug fixes mentioned in the change log.
Thanks Ryan, I knew I wasn't crazy. The only thing I found in all the documentation was that re-timing doesn't work with alembic files. Sure would have been good to know beforehand. The documentation isn't consistent about what parts of Dyverso are "incomplete", know also that some daemon...
Unfortunately I haven't got much in the way of good news for you. The retiming tool flat out does not work with Dyverso as of RF 2015; the tool always crashes unless you use Realflow's standard emitters. I've found no workarounds to this directly within Realflow. Even though both standard and dyvers...
Is there a way to make reduce this maddness? I'm with Christian on this one. Yes, large scale scenes are often demanding in many cases so you'll need to find ways to either cut corners, compromise, or just be clever :) Raise the domain's cell size to something that would suggest draft quality, then...
Have you tried visiting Scale Options? ScaleOptionsIcon.png The makers of Realflow realized that it is impossible to operate at every conceivable level of scale, so within these options you can scale up or down your simulation globally. The only variable that affects the actual size of your simulati...
- Tue Dec 01, 2015 4:34 pm
- Forum: Realflow
- Topic: Non-centered demons (coriolis, vortex, etc)
- Replies: 1
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My current assumption is that Dyverso is not fully implemented with these specific demons at this time. I know things like Magic, Morph, and other similar effects are exclusive to regular particles...
If I press Reset, all cached data is lost. Actually, pressing reset doesn't delete anything, it sets realflow so that it will OMIT the data it currently has when simulating and overwrite as it processes frames. To throw cached frames back into the timeline, you need to hit the update time line cach...