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  1. meshing slow mo flip fluid

    hey! I'm doing a product splash with a slow mo effect. I tried different solutions about how to retime the sim, and I'm pretty happy at the moment with the technique of timeblend / tiemshift. I was also keen on trying the substep caching ( so a more accurate solution, but slow...) . Anyway, as I said I'm pretty happy with the sim, but once I mesh the particles it seems like the mesh is not really consistent across the frame. Is something you don't notice at full speed, but in slow mo is quite important, especially with water where even a little change in the mesh dramatically modify the look of reflections/refractions. So what I'm doing is cranking up the number of particles (reducing the separation...) to get a more precise mesh. But I'm paying this in terms of sim speed...I was wondering if any of you has experience in this topic. I'm also thinking about changing the scale of the scene, is quite big at the moment (geos are from another software), maybe simming this at a proper scale will help sim_v003_t000.mp4
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