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Geff c

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  1. Thanks for your interest jed, i sorted my problem out, not using xpresso thu Regards, Geffc
  2. well, the ref plane will stay at 1,1,1. While my ask is that the 2 other planes will have a replication of the ref plane dimensions, while their respective scales will be factors of the 1,1,1 ref scale
  3. those planes would be editable ones.
  4. Hello, Do you know if it is possible to create this kind of set up in xpresso?: Let say i have 3 planes in my scene: a plane (dimension: 5,0,100) acting as a ref object I'd like the 2 other planes in the scene, to be scaled in proportion to this ref object, while staying at their positions. In other words, if plane 2 and 3 are : (5,0,105) and (3,0,120), is it possible to make their scale factors of the (1,1,1) ref plane scale and hence, their dimensions adjusted to the ref object dimension, while staying the same as they are (thanks to the factor change in their scale). I'm relatively new to xpresso, so some help will be appreciated a lot, Would that imply a math node, with a rule of third? or can we just link the 2 planes to the (1,1,1) scale of the ref? I'll be very gratefull to have some hints. Regards, Geff
  5. Thanks a lot phobos, and sorry for my late answer. In fact, i' d like to preorganize the blending modes of my multipass layers (i'm using corona and saving in tiffs files) inside the frame buffer of c4d. Right now, when opening a tiff file rendered with c4d directly in photoshop it preserves the multilayers, no problem, but add them in linear burn mode (layer mode), which is what c4d offers as default blending mode per images in the c4d frame buffer. My question is : is it possible to change those modes directly in c4d with the help of a preset that will work for all renders, so that they will appear, in photoshop the same that i decided to place them in c4d frame buffer, Let me add that as i'm rendering Tiffs files, i saw the ability to create a presets for Tiffs. But it appears this preset option only works for rearrenging the 'compression' and 'beat order' of the tiff file. I'm probably doing it the wrong way. NB: I already did an action for this, but thanks a lot for your proposition. Cheers, Geffc
  6. check xstab (xsyann.com) bunch of usefull plugins there, only not ported to R20
  7. Hi, C4d frame buffer offers the ability to set the different layers of a multipass file like in photoshop: mixing them, with differents layer modes and intensities. I'm saving my renders as Tiffs file and was wondering if it was possible to save a preset of this layers + modes disposition in order to make the layer apppear as in c4d frame buffer but in photoshop. file in photoshop. Right now, the default disposition of the layer stack is that multipasses layers are stacked in linear burn mode. I searched the c4d help section for this, but no real answers on this. Any help will be very appreciated, Thanks in advance, Geffc

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