[Sidefx-houdini-list] Houdini OGL viewports
probbins at sympatico.ca
Tue May 22 08:54:46 EDT 2007
Are you by chance looking in wireframe? If so, the opengl doesn't use a
depth que to determine the location of the "wires". In an ortho view
that should be fine, but in perspective it can be a bit confusing.
In shaded view though everything should be fine.
Could you fill us in on the general reason why the current project is
better handled in Houdini and how you determined that. Without of course
giving anything away.
And this list, along with the forum and Odforce are fantastic places to
get answers. I've never met a more generous and knowledge set of people.
On Tue, 2007-05-22 at 11:53 +0100, jordibares wrote:
> I will have a look at this drivers thing... :-/ thanks so much.
> Yes, we are pushing this very seriously now after many failed attempts and
> got a 2nd master license to help in this current project, a project that
> simply could not be done with Maya or XSI without a big software development
> investment while in Houdini is "just" lego-work.
> The thing is that we are going to need a bit of help (at the moment we have
> a freelancer helping us) but I will take the advantage of this thread to
> invite all of you that could be interested in helping us in future projects.
> On 22/5/07 11:13, "Peter Bowmar" <pbowmar at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey Jordi,
> > Nice to hear another London facility is taking the Houdini plunge
> > :) Sorry, I don't understand your construction plane question... It
> > looks right to me, in that if the sphere is above the c-plane, then
> > you see the sphere, if the sphere is below the c-plane then you see
> > the cplane over top of the sphere. Like XSI maybe?
> > Cheers,
> > peter B
> > On 22/05/07, jordibares <jordibares at the-mill.com> wrote:
> >> Hi all, just a simple question
> >> As we are jumping in our full fledged production with Houdini a number of
> >> things I am of course adapting to and others I just feel are not right.
> >> Is any way the construction plane is painted correctly? I mean, if you get
> >> an sphere in your scene and you look top-down the bottom of the sphere
> >> should be painted under the construction plane (opengl painting I mean)
> >> while the top of the grid should be painted over this construction plane.
> >> Is any preferences for this behavior?
> >> Funny enough in Maya the object is always painted OVER the construction
> >> plane but in XSI it is depending of where those points lay in space (which I
> >> feel is very wise)
> >> Thanks a lot
> >> jb
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