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DOP sub steps - is timeblend necessary?


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Does anybody know if a DOP Network automatically generate sub-integer frames if you set sub steps higher than 1?


For example, if I pass in some geometry from SOPs that's saved on disk in integer frames, does DOPs automatically interpolate subframes, of would I need to use a Timeblend to generate subframes.



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The Wire and Cloth/Solid solvers can do swept collisions of surface colliders as these solvers will sub-step between global sub-steps. Drag the geometry through the sub-steps linearly.


All other solvers (pyro, flip), you have to make sure the geometry moves correctly at sub-frame intervals.

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