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    John Noonan
  1. I figured it out. I didn't have enough subdivisions on my model and it appears having seams in the uv with attribute from map can be problematic. There are issues in interpolation there, but I think that is as good as it can be. Thanks!
  2. Hello, I'm trying to assign identifying colors through textures. My models will have UVs with the appropriate textures made for them. I'm doing tests now and am having trouble transferring the texture to the geometry. I'm using the attribute from map SOP and my UVs look correctly laid out but the result is not right. However when I apply the texture with a principled shader it works correctly. Does anyone have any advice on how to fix this. Images of problem Thank you!
  3. Hi everyone! I'm looking to access arbitrary point positions by point number. I was hoping to not have to iterate as I only want to access points 0,13,56 for example. Does anyone have any suggestions. I was thinking of just creating my own GA_Offset but I couldn't figure out how to create and edit one without using the helper functions like GA_FOR_ALL_PTOFF. Thanks for the help!
  4. I'm trying to work on a VDB SOP but I'm having problems compiling. I'm windows with Houdini 16.5 and I'm getting "unresolved externals". Along with the usual inclusions I have: #include <GU/GU_PrimVDB.h> #include <openvdb/openvdb.h> #include <openvdb/Grid.h> I'm compiling with cmake which looks like this cmake_minimum_required( VERSION 3.6 ) project( HDK_VolumeDeform ) list( APPEND CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH "$ENV{HFS}/toolkit/cmake" ) find_package( Houdini REQUIRED ) set( library_name SOP_VolumeDeform ) add_library( ${library_name} SHARED SOP_Volume_Deform.C SOP_Volume_Deform.h ) target_link_libraries( ${library_name} Houdini) SET(COMPILE_FLAGS "-TP -std=c++11 -DOPENVDB_3_ABI_COMPATIBLE") add_definitions(${COMPILE_FLAGS}) SET(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS} ${COMPILE_FLAGS}") target_include_directories( ${library_name} PRIVATE ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR} ) houdini_configure_target( ${library_name} ) Strangely enough, the program does compile if I don't try use iterators, though I'm sure there is a lot that would break it. I've also tried with Hcustom, but running with that yields the same problems. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thank you very much!