Tralen Posted January 20, 2020 Share Posted January 20, 2020 Greetings, I have a conventional null and bone hierarchy, using the default nodes provided by Houdini. I would like to replace them, however, with my own HDAs, that have the same exact internal structure, one for bones, another for nulls. The reason is that I want to add extra parameters and scripting to the nulls and bones, and it is easier to do it on HDAs. So far, I haven't seen any difference in performance, but I fear that it will drop, once the size of the hierarchy increases. Is that a valid concern? That a default node will outperform a HDA with identical internal structure, for the sole reason of this being a HDA? Thanks in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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