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  1. Houdini 20 Wishlist

    My top 5: Faster and more intuitive usable chops. Feature parity of obj context with solaris scene manipulation (e.g. dynamics for object positioning). Lens tilting (not only shifting) for cameras. 3rd party support for render cop. Overhaul of wren: a modern renderer for vector graphics.
  2. User Interface

    You have a slightly newer version of houdini
  3. Unable To Update Windows In Windows 10

    I cannot comment on the error. But I read quite often about update installations behave badly. Maybe, you should just consider a fresh install off a boot disk.
  4. M1 Max Performance

    I'm glad it works for you. Cheers
  5. M1 Max Performance

    Will you have decent internet connections from where you will be working? You could think about working remotely on your stationary pc to do the heavy lifting (production-level sims and rendering) while having a quite snappy laptop for the rest of your work like previews and general working on scenes. Anydesk works like a charm for my setup.
  6. M1 Max Performance

    Just look up, how much ram you really use with your typical simulations in your daily jobs and voila. Maybe add some extra GB because you will be using shared memory, though.
  7. Houdini System for Freelancing job

    Well, for redshift you absolutely need a gpu with 6GB vram. Better 8 or more. So a 3060ti would be a budget friendly start. For sims, you need as much ram and raw cpu power as possible. For getting started, I would say 64GB at least with a current 8-12 core cpu. If your budget doesnot allow for doing both, I would recommend: Upgrade ram and cpu and stick with karma. When you earned money with it, buy an entry level card like the 3060ti. And leave your old gpu in for driving the monitors. This will save you quite a bit vram on your 3060ti. You will benefit from faster preview sims and much faster karma (xpu) rendering. At this level going for redshift will be an option. Alternative budget wise for starting with redshift: Look for a cheap used gtx 1070 until can afford a rtx.