I am trying to figure out a way to mix smokecolors in DOPs without the effect of the velocity "Maximum" setting. Its a bit hard to describe so just check out my file.
I have two methods of mixing the colors.
One is done in DOPs putting Cd in the velcity volume of a source volume and setting it to Maximum. Because it is set to Maximum (because of the lack of another better working mode), colors tend to blend in a (somewhat expected) weird way. so two voxels, one with color (1,1,0) and the other with (0,0,1) then blend together to something that is (1,1,1). And I'm pretty sure blue and yellow smoke do not mix to white smoke ;-)
The other one is done using particles which inherit the emitters color and are advected by the smoke. In a postoperation I transfer the color of the particles back into the volume and because it extrapolates it gives a nice colormix that is more of a blend operation and looks correct but its way more processing intensive (especially with highres volumes and lots of particles).
So my question is: can the result of the particle workflow be somehow achived in dops without using particles?
PS: I did try to do the coloring in a shader and it worked (its not in the file), but I would still need to create particles and I guess there would be a pretty large hit in rendertime sampling those particles in the volume.