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    Matteo
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  1. mm VDB (Smoke) Combine for Houdini 17.x and over

    It works. Obviously you should build a system for cluster and from shelf, for example, in Houdini 19 doesn't exist and you should do manually or you can switch to Sparse Systems (sometime works and some time should be better the old way). Here my scene tested on Houdini 19 Matteo mm_vdb_smoke_combinetest_19.hiplc
  2. mm VDB (Smoke) Combine for Houdini 17.x and over

    It should be works, I check soon and came back to you. Matteo
  3. mm BurnOut v1 - H17.5 and up

    update With this HDA you can create a dust/smoke simulation so quickly (save 75% of the time comparative the traditional way). New features in release 1.5 Unlock/open HDA Toggle show emitter geometry Toggle show pyro emitter Toggle enable/disable Noise on pyro emitter Toggle switch to VDB cache Improved Boundaries and show grids with voxel resolution Improved interface for Fields when you save the bgeo cache Improved documentation
  4. mm BurnOut v1 - H17.5 and up

    Hi there! After more time of working, testing, and, more long process, writing the documentation (help offline) I publish my new OTL for Houdini (17.5 and up) to create a dust/smoke FX generated from the contact between one or more geometry. The tool is inspired by another tool I did and used in production on some TV-Show for kids (check on my LinkedIn profile). In the last 4 months, I re-created, re-design, and fixed some problems from the old OTL for made a very stable and cool tool you can use for your FX and in more cases is "ready-out-the-box". It's a payment tool and if you buy the version for Houdini 17.5 I give you a free update for the next release with the sparse solver. buy now here https://gum.co/NVcJM If you follow me on Patreon you can take it for free. I'm working on the version with sparse solver, if you get it now you have the update for free. Thanks Matteo video
  5. mm tools - Free and pay digital asset

    mm Split RGB v 2.0 Update stuff: Works on the object now. Add the option "Keep color" Second output for check the explode view on fracture elements Improved Documentation/Help Changed Interface in the first tab. Changed name of "input" and add "Geometry" Changed position of "Display Items" Changed position of "Delete all color" Fixed the problem on save cache, but not sure working all time, so check the documentation on "Save me Baby!!!" in note part.
  6. Houdini 19 Wishlist

    nice tips, thanks
  7. Hi there, I want share for free my HDA for combine and export the cache of fluid from cluster system and convert it in VDB. Download here It's a open HDA so you can edit it if you want, please let me know if you do/did it and let me know if you use it in production. It's free, but a little donation is grateful Have a nice day Matteo video demo https://youtu.be/dLj2CaWam7Q
  8. mm Quick Path Save Presets

    Hi there, I want share for free my presets for: Filecache Sops DOP I/O Sops ROP Geometry Sops ROP Alembic Sops ROP FBX Sops Included a litte PDF (english and italian language) with a small description. Why I create it? Because I'm "lazy" and I want save time when I should save my cache of sim and for a "quickly input" I create a simple strings where you can put inside some value/name and create for you a final string with the path where you want save. When use it? When you want save time and you "haven't time"... It's free, but a little donation is grateful Gumroad - https://gum.co/KScZC Cubebrush - http://cbr.sh/ex87j1 Have a nice day Matteo
  9. Fedora vs. Centos

    FYI I bought another SSD and try Fedora and find good for now, but I think to test also a deb based soon. Matteo
  10. Best Linux Distribution for Houdini ?

    the answer is inside you Deb based and KDE Desktop Enviroment by the way I used Fedora (at home) in this time and I found good, but I use/used Linux Mint/Kubuntu. For my experience Kubuntu is a good solution and Mint is more user friendly, there aren't a "best solution for" there are only the best solution for you because more in Linux is "how you feeling with it". Some my friend love Arch and some hate it, some love Linux Mint and some love POP_os... etc...etc... Remember if you love a KDE like Desktop Enviroment is only the addons and you can install all DE on all distro of linux (for example I have Fedora Gnome, but I install by terminal KDE without problem). Have a good day Matteo
  11. Hi there, Rainbow CGI (location Rome, Italy) looking for FX Artist (with Houdini) and for Compositor (Nuke). general requirement: minimum experience in production 2 years good knowledge of Houdini (for FX artist position) or Nuke good knowledge of Nuke (for compositing position) respect for deadline problem solving and available to work with team for compositor skills like rotoscope, camera track and clean-plane is essentially For apply you can visit the website (http://www.rbw-cgi.it) or write to - recruiting@rbw-cgi.it Good luck! Matteo Ps. Send me a message if you should apply so I can said to the HR
  12. Fedora vs. Centos

    thanks for your information I try in January
  13. Fedora vs. Centos

    Ok, thanks... so no Fedora? in the meantime I found some one install DaVinci on deb distro. https://www.linuxuprising.com/2018/06/how-to-install-davinci-resolve-15-in.html So if it's work I can moved also on DEB distro like mint or kubuntu? thanks Matteo
  14. Fedora vs. Centos

    Ok, Thanks. No Autodesk, the reason is DaVinci. I read it works on rpm and not on deb (or I'm wrong?). Essentially I want use Blender, Houdini and DaVinci and I'm looking for a good distro for that.
  15. Fedora vs. Centos

    Hi there, I read a lot a discussion, but I didn't found a good answer for my doubt. In the past I used CentOS (but a lot of setting and "to do") for a shot time and Kubuntu, but I want pass to rpm distro, for that reason I started to evaluate Fedora respect CentOS. Someone use it? (Fedora) what do you think? thanks for your help and have a nice day Matteo
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