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  1. Hi everyone! I am looking for a way for multiple people to work on the same .hip file. Since .hip files can be exported as text, I assumed it would be possible to simply use git for versioning (and merging the edits made by multiple people). However, it does not seem to be that straightforward. To test this approach, I created a very simple network (first attachment). Now I made two edits (second and third attachment), each adding a transform node to the network. I assumed these changes could be merged, creating a new network containing both transform nodes. However, attempting to merge the .hip files using git resulted in several conflicts. Some of these could be solved trivially, (like changes to the viewport or the last edit timestamp) but there are several conflicts (last attachment) for which I could not find a way of resolving which produces my expected result. Does anybody have experience with this approach? How do you handle multiple people working on the same .hip file? Any help would be appreciated!
  2. Hi guys, I have a city FBX with massive amount of objects, all textured. Is there any way to optimize this structure for Houdini? Creating geo level bgeos manually would take forever, and I would need to re-texture everything. On a single object I usually create a bgeo and rat files for textures, but here this process would take days, a less time consuming solution would be great. Thanks for any advice,
  3. I started a thread a few weeks ago about using scattering and Voronoi points to create clusters from multiple objects. That thread is here: Clustering without fracturing? Luckily, that was solved after much confusion. However, now that I have that rendered with a few other stuff thrown in, I got curious about secondary fragmentation using those same clusters. The problem I'm running into is when I'm in DOPs and I add a voronoifractureconfigureobject. When there is collision's, there are no fracturing. But, If I un-cluster the bricks and constraints, the bricks will fracture as expected. I attached a photo and my file to the thread :D. Thanks! building_frag.hiplc
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