Author Topic: Corona Renderer 1.7 for 3ds Max Daily Build  (Read 33035 times)

2017-10-23, 15:44:27
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Ondra

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Rendering is magic.
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2017-10-23, 16:25:42
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I wonder if CScatter could be made to work with mesher? That would be even better than collapse.
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2017-10-23, 16:28:53
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hmm, that would require the scatter to work as particle system... not impossible, but... :D
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2017-10-23, 16:33:19
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I withdraw my suggestion then, CScatter still needs much more important features. Better not to waste time on something that can be easily done in other ways and potentially degrade performance :]
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2017-10-23, 16:47:00
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..hmmmm.. Converting 100.000 C-scatter objects to Max objects might be easy, but from that point on nothing seems easy for Max. In fact even selecting them all can be impossible for Max to handle..