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  1. Hi, I have a quick question, Is it possible when importing a .bgeo sequence to have the the following frames be imported on a rotational offset around a center point of a circle to the previous frame? Also is it possible after importing the previous frame, to keeping both frames active so it shows all frames in the sequence at once ? I'm trying to make a zoetrope and an expression of some sort would be rather helpful. Something like this Cheers, Toadart
  2. @arumugamb Try adding these lines in your houdini.env My houdini env looks like this: RMANTREE="C:/Program Files/Pixar/RenderManProServer-21.3" PATH=$PATH;$RMANTREE/bin HOUDINI_DEFAULT_RIB_RENDERER=prman21.3 HOUDINI_VIEW_RMAN=prman Then my windows system environment variables look like this Variable: RMANTREE Value: C:\Program Files\Pixar\RenderManProServer-21.3\ and make sure you edit the rendermn.ini file to recognise houdini: /displaytype/framebuffer houdini