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  1. Hi, I'm wondering where to place procedural shaders in future builds of houdini, material network or shop network. shopnetwork is old and probably dissapearing in near future, but for example in materialnetworks there is no alembic procedural and the cvex stuff did not work as expected, so I had to go back to shopnetwork any insights on this one? martin
  2. AMD GPU pro drivers stability

    the new opencl drivers on nvidia cards can access all or at least much more memory, but its hard to track as the ram usage changes really fast, and changes from simulation to simulation, for example when You use more grids.
  3. Unless You have a verifiable permission from Your supervisor, just don't do it. It might bring You in really unnecessary problems. And even then, what's the benefit, do You get paid for work at home? You might reply, You are stuck with a problem and want to solve it at home so You are covered at work. That is as honorable as short-sighted. You are not a brownie, doing all the work over night (unless You are one, but then why care about legal consequences). Also in a sane production environment, You supervisors probably want You to do You work in a predictable manner. And if things get stuck, what will happen from time to time, as Your very task is to solve new problems with every task, a sane production expects this and wants to know about it, so they can react. And this is nothing, that should be seen personal. It is simply not. It is just reasonable for all involved. You have a problem with a production scene? It does make more sense to isolate the problem in a little test scene, that You can much more likely ask to take at home if You still want the fairy tale number, but the huge benefit is You can share it with others or support ( which is outstanding ) and even for You alone it is much easier to work on the problem alone and not carrying a collapsing skyscraper with You, when You fiddling deep in a vop loop.
  4. AMD GPU pro drivers stability

    what about the opencl performance compared to a titanx(pascal), 16 gig ram are tempting
  5. onCopy event in hda

    ah, there is a difference, I will try, thanks a lot. PS: a bunch of more events would be really cool
  6. onCopy event in hda

    how can I trigger a event, when a node gets copied? thanks martin
  7. enabling all avialiable GPU for openCL

    You can use the slicing method to distribute it on 2 gpus, but You have to set it up on Your own. just launch every batch for sim with a differen GPUDEVICE variable
  8. ROP Output Driver Vs. File Cache ?

    dependency means that one caching node needs to be evaluated before the next one starts. You often have situations, where sometimes parallel processing is possible, and sometimes it needs to be sequential
  9. Why shadow color should be white?

    there must be a mistake, the shadow color is by default black, white shadow color means no shadow.
  10. ROP Output Driver Vs. File Cache ?

    but You can combine them, by fetching the ficecache nodes with a fetch into rop. If You work in sop, You can write out, if You want to wire dependencies You can switch to ROP network
  11. hello, in the script tab of a otl the is a way to ad custom scripts, but how can I use them for a button in that hda, or even better in the python module. until now i used always the python module or imported addition code with import, but I want to package some hdas together not using external imports and I don't want to have double code on several assets, as some functions are used by all of them thanks Martin
  12. Martin Matzeder :: Reel 2016

    really glad You like it
  13. Hi, I created a operator with a button to submit stuff to farm, but I want it to act different if many objects are selected. right now for example when I query pool with several objects selected, the query runs for every objects individualy. is there a way to query once, and use them for all objects? thanks
  14. Martin Matzeder :: Reel 2016

    Hi, this is my current showreel. Hope You like it.
  15. Python::Finde all nodes of one type, all versions

    thanks a lot, works great !
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