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pfistar posted a topic in EffectsGreetings all! I'm a relative noob to Houdini and trying to replicate a CHOP network that was created a few years ago for a Lynda.com tutorial. I triple-checked and with the exception of frame-ranges, all my nodes and settings are identical to the original, though the one critical difference (presumably) seems to be that in some of the old network's nodes, the Mode is set to "Constant Range" instead of "Range" (node info comparison here). I can't find the place to change this setting - hoping some CHOP ninja can help! Here's ink to a reduced version of the original tutorial file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zlj9uujmpkap46v/LyndaTutorial_Reduced.zip?dl=0 More importantly, below is a link to a file that contains the original CHOP network (copy/pasted from original file) next to my 'built from scratch' new CHOP network: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4k4rd01j1ja97a8/ForEach_old_vs_new.zip?dl=0 I rebuilt the network because the original was a .hipnc. In above-linked file, I've wired up some side-by-side node networks to show how the CHOP net should be working (works fine with the original) and how it's not working (with my rebuild). Attached is a jpg preview of what the network looks like - I'm ultimately trying to use the CHOP to drive an array of points up a surface. Preemptive thanks to any responders! NpF
Hey Guys, i got a question. I got a vellum sim and i am emitting every 8th Frame one sphere into my sim. I did it with -> $FF % 8 == 1 but now i want that emission just between Frame 1 - Frame 48. So between F1 and F48 i want every 8th Frame an emission. How can i get this with an expression? Cheers and Thanks!
ANSHUL_VASHIST posted a topic in General Houdini QuestionsHi everybody, I have one question I'm creating procedural stairs so I have created an attribute name(Steps) and another is (NumPillar), so what I want is, in edit Parameter Interface we can set range but I want the max range should be same as steps value as you can see in image. Blue color indicates steps and red indicates pillar in image file Pillars.jpeg