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  1. Hello all, Getting to it I have a camera in Maya with camera shake enabled. I know baking can only work if the Horizontal Shake and Vertical shake options have been moved from the background to the channel box with the Channel Control in the shape node of the camera. Once it's baked I export it as .fbx into Houdini(16.5 if it matters). But the camera shake still doesn't show up in Houdini. Also of note, I looked through the camera settings in Houdini and I don't find anything similar to a camera shake option in there, so maybe because there isn't a setting it won't use that baked information but I am truly stuck. For fun I attached the camera, don't know if it's useful but its there. TL;DR = Camera shake from Maya camera doesn't import into Houdini, what do? Thanks. Edit for all the people out there. The solution is to just not use .fbx. Just use alembic guys, it works. Hopefully somebody else in the future will be able to use this advice so they didn't have to be me scrolling around google for two hours. CameraExport_01.fbx
  2. Heyo, I'm starting on a new project and I ran into a problem that I can't play my way out of to figure it out. I'm looking for an effect like this Sand tires throw a bunch of sand and trying to get that result has been a challenge. Any ideas? I have been using a simple setup of particles emitted from a ground plane after impact with the ground but that won't give me the repeating trails all the way back. Instead it's a rather sad thing of a few particles flying off incorrectly Any help would be great, thanks.
  3. Viewport visual of smoke looks too low detail

    Texture limit was set to 512 and HDR Rendering was already on.
  4. Viewport visual of smoke looks too low detail

    I've had this issue a few times and I'm pretty sure it's me now doing something wrong. I built a simple smoke solver from particles of feet hitting a grid. When I bring those particles into the smoke solver the smoke that it will generate will be really low quality, as you can see, nomatter how much I divide it down. Would the reason be a shading issue or a density issue? Thanks for the help! WalkingDust_001.hipnc
  5. Timeshift not retaining color value for scatter node

    Hey me from the past, I'm going to kill this post now that's its been solved but it was a problem with how I saved out my .bgeo. The paint node needs dedicated point numbers to "stick" to the pedals. Creating a vbdfrompoly node and converting that back to polygons to cache out was where I went wrong as it doesn't save the point numbers when converted like that. So word of the wise, preserve the values that you need later before you move onto the next step in the process. Best regards, Me
  6. Hello, Small problem this morning. I have a flower in Houdini that's been cached out as a .bgeo file. The flower opens and is supposed to emit particles, which I'm controlling the location of emission with a paint node and a timeshift after that. Just following the tutorial, as you do. After the timeshift is a scatter with the Density Attribute set to Cd and after the scatter an Attribute Interpolate node so I can put the points back onto the moving petals to get a velocity from the points to emit water and so on. The problem is that the color value from the paint doesn't stick to the moving bgeo geometry and when the frame moves will break up the color, thus scattering the particles in a new way on every frame. Even a quick copy paste from his .hip file to mine doesn't work after I change the paint node to fit my geometry. Every value is the same and I'm confused. Is there a better or any other way to lock color values onto a cached bgeo file?
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