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Eliel Souza

THINKING PARTICLES AS ALEMBIC IS LOCKED

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Hello guys! 

 

I've simulated particles using RF for C4D, and converted them to TP. After that , I stitched the simulation to ABC file (alembic) to using in another C4D project. (using stitcher tool in RFC4D Menu).

 

So, when a Merge in the TP .abc file , I can't move around or even rotate the abc object inside the project. Is freezed all the coordinates's parameters. Is freezed to the original position from the project that I simulated the TP.

 

Is there some solution that breaks this freezing to allows me to moving around normally the abc file?

 

Thank you.

 

 

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I am not 100% sure, but I think alembic is supose to work like that. If I am not wrong you cannot edit files once imported from Alembic, it serves just like a container/catch for already made animation.

 

Check some more info about it here:

https://help.maxon.net/us/#50804?highlight=alembic


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