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  1. Hi there, I have to resume a crashed flip simulation. I cached out the .sim files directly. My simulation crashed at $SF 60. My question is the following: When I load $SF 50 from my cache as the initial state in the dopnet and adjust the output range, do I need to start the new output at $SF 50 or $SF 51. I would assume that $SF 51 would be correct since I load $SF 50 as the initial state and continue the solve from there. What makes me a bit nervous is that when I compare the filesizes from the crashed solve and the continued solve the sizes for corresponding frames are varying - shouldn't I get the exact same solve when continuing the simulation via loading an initial state? Am I missing something else? Any hint much appreciated!
  2. Got a precise answer on the RS forum by Darby Edelen. Sharing it here also, in case someone ran into a similar problem.
  3. Hello there, I'm relatively new to Redshift an encountered a problem that by searching and looking into the documentation I couldn't solve. I set up a simple scene with an Ocean (Standard material with slightly modified Water Preset) and a rough sand-like surface beyond the Ocean. Whith caustics enabled in the Domelight settings i get smarties, where - beyond the water surface - caustics should render. Why? Modified Redshift ROP Settings: Unified Sampling: 128 - 1024 Global Illumination: Primary>Brute Force, Secondary>Irrandiance Point Cloud Photon Mapping: Caustics & GI enabled A hint here would be much appreciated! Thanks
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