Daryl Dunlap

Daryl Dunlap

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Redshift4H | Instancing | Intermediate
obj-image Beginner
Redshift4H | Instancing | Beginner

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How do you guys manage big scenes with many objects? I'm struggling. Jan. 21, 2018, 10:31 a.m.

Bundles are really great and powerful in that they can be consumed in other parts of houdini as well - say, light list for example. Bundles are managed on the Bundle Pane, away from Network view.

But, a more immediate organization tool, right there in the Network Pane is, Groups. You display the Group tool with Shift+Z. You can control Node selection, Node viewport display, and Node network visibility.

Display options for Instance Node Jan. 9, 2018, 6:10 p.m.

I dont know this guy personally, but these videos might be of some help here….

Redshift for Houdini - Instancing - Beginner [www.sidefx.com]
Redshift for Houdini - Instancing - Intermediate [www.sidefx.com]

..as soon as my new computer system arrives, I'll record the Advanced Tutorial.

Trying to teach myself CHOPs Jan. 9, 2018, 5:16 p.m.

I cant look at your file right now….but the channel names should be the least of your issues…..Houdini offers alot of different ways of consuming CHOP data:

Export Flag from CHOPs will send the Channel data to whatever Node is specified and override matching parameters
The ch() expression/VEX function allows you to pull the Channel data at the current time or a specified time
The Channel OP allows you to pull the specified CHOP Channel data and remap the Channel name to a different name