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Hello Guys. I have a problem with meshing FLIP when flattening for ocean displacement. There's visible popping by one frame in refraction when geometry is coming out of water. Here's preview: And here's what's going on with mesh on one frame and next one: Anyone have any idea how to fix that problem? I've tried many solutions but without success. - Narrow Band is turned off - I tried subtracting collision geo from mesh but it doesn't work - Without flattening there's no problem because of the boundry, water has thickness and it's meshed together with space around collision object. If anyone have a workflow for meshing that kind of ascending, I would be very grateful for any sugestions. And if that will help, I'm sharing .hip file without cache files. flip_ocean_rnd_v004.hiplc
Hi everyone! I am having an issue with rendering my ocean using Mantra in Houdini. It appears really blocky and I cannot figure out why! This is my first time trying to use the Houdini ocean tools so sorry if my explanation isn't great but I will try and explain my scene. I have cached out my guided ocean simulation and used it to create an extended ocean so it is definitely an issue with the creation of the extended ocean. I have tried so many different settings to try and solve this issue and nothing seems to reduce it at all. So far I have tried changing these settings in the particlefluidsurface node: - lowering particle separation to 0.06 - lowering voxel scale to 0.1 - lowering the influence scale to 2 - increasing the extrude divisions I have attached a render to show the weird blockiness I mean, it can't even see where these divisions would be coming from in the mesh! Anyone have any idea what else I can try or why this is happening??
Hi All, I have a bunch of cached volumes running through a for each. When i middle mouse over it i can't see the whole list, naturally because it would take more of the screen. I am aware i can open the extended information box and go to the volume resolution section to see the list. Is there a way to see this information in the text port or in the python shell. My thinking was if i navigate in the textport to the foreach i could do something from there. Any ideas Thanks Saqib