[Sidefx-houdini-list] Time warping a point cloud
guillaume at alamaison.fr
Tue Aug 5 17:24:03 EDT 2008
Hellooooww Ben :),
The timeslicing option sounds interesting but I can't find a way to activate this parameter directly in the geometry CHOP.
It is possible to turn it on in the lag CHOP but the memory could be full before this node :-/.
I'm at home know, so I can't test on my point cloud sequence. I will let you know how it works tomorrow.
On Tue, 05 Aug 2008 20:01:16 +0200, Ben Schrijvers <ben.schrijvers at guerrilla-games.com> wrote:
> For the time warping part you indeed are better of with a sop method.
> For CHOP's tou might consider looking at timeslicing. Each CHOp has a
> toggle in the last tab.
> Not sure if it's documented somewhere but I believe it means it's just
> keeping a few frames in memory.
> Not all CHOP's will work but things like lag, jiggle or spring will.
> Guillaume Laforge wrote:
>> I'm trying to do some time warping on a bgeo sequence of points coming
>> from a fluid simulation. I thought that I could use CHOPs to control the
>> motion but
>> unfortunately when I reference my bgeo file in a geometry CHOP, it gives
>> an error or crash Houdini. I've got 7000 points in my bgeo files and a
>> duration of 120 frames. Maybe it is to much data to handle in CHOP ?
>> I tried the Timewarp SOP too but it gives less control than CHOPs (no
>> lag, jiggle etc...).
>> Any advices to setup a time warping on a bgeo sequence of 7000 points on
>> 120 frames is welcome !
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