svdbg at free.fr
Sun Oct 14 09:53:59 EDT 2007
symek at poczta.onet.pl a écrit :
> I have no idea where in docs you can find the answer but as to
> the heart of the matter, "op:/" is a general way of
> referencing output of one node to some input field of another node.
It's just I didn't understand why it was neeeded. The same sentence
without "op:" must have an other meaning.
> It's applicable in all Houdini's contexts. Only data type has to match of course...as there is not too much sense in sending image from COPs to the field which expects geometry ;)
It is to affect the colors from a ramp to a geometry's points. :-)
> So whenever you want (and its reasonable) to use product of some node in a input field of another node, "op:/" will work for you.
OK, thanks !
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