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    Jonathan
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    Moore
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  1. This isn't a complaint as such but I am aware that my clients will be upset if Houdini Engine support is still stuck at 16.0.633. This spring update usually updates the Houdini Engine support to the a newer version and 16.5 has been out a very long time. It wouldn't be so bad but Maya, Max, Unity and UE are updated every single day with Houdini's daily builds. Now I understand that because MAXON update the Houdini Engine support themselves rather than it being something provided by SideFX but MAXON shouldn't make such a big deal about Houdini Engine support if they can't at least provide support for the latest Houdini Engine production builds, never mind the daily builds.
  2. I'm due to get a large particle sim from a client created in X-Particles which I need to bring into Houdini. The problem I have is that they keep on sending monolithic .abc files (the whole sequence in a single .abc file). Does anybody know if it's possible for the C4D Alembic exporter to output the Alembic cache as a sequence of .abc files? This is far friendlier for rendering on the farm as the renderer only has to stream the point cloud on each individual frame. Many thanks in advance.
  3. The latest version does slide the points as is demonstrated in this video (perfect circles with no smoothing/deformation issues). But always good to know the manual way too if that's what floats your boat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q55_MbdyB_8
  4. The plugin I linked too automates the excellent approach suggested by @RokenPrice.
  5. This plugin can be handy and is very similar in concept to the 'perfect circle' script by Seneca that's popular with Modo users. http://coffeestock.boo.jp/Blog/?page_id=172 The site's in Japanese (auto translate if you're using Chrome) but the plugin functions in English and is rather nifty.
  6. No more VMware Fusion to run Fusion on a Mac -

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