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Old January 5th, 2005, 01:50 PM
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Rendering particle systems to play as movie, please help

I'm Having trouble rendering my animation in 3ds Max, I have a couple of particle systems, Superspray (to simulate smoke) and a Snow particle system. When i preview the animation both can be seen however once rendered and played in RAM Player neither effects appear.
It's probably something simple that i have not realised but its getting very frustrating.

I would be very greatful for any help

Thank you for your time,
Andy

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Old January 24th, 2005, 11:55 PM
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i know exactly how you feel i've had troubles with this myself recently...although i don't really know how to use the Ram player at all until you mentioned it i was still trying to find a way to save animated renderings...i hope it works...I'm using Superspray and metaballs for my animation im trying to recreate the water deflection tutorial...haveing trouble with binding objects together like the superspray and gravity and deflector and superspray...there could be so many variable's to you problem..if it isn't too complex you might want to try going back to the drawing board and start over working from the ground up...thats the best help i can give for now maybe you could help me with binding objects and forces?

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I was having the same problem but if you select the particle and go click the "particle view" tab...select Render (Geometry) under PF Source... change the render result to "Single mesh" rather than the default "Mesh per particle". That should solve the issue.


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I'm Having trouble rendering my animation in 3ds Max, I have a couple of particle systems, Superspray (to simulate smoke) and a Snow particle system. When i preview the animation both can be seen however once rendered and played in RAM Player neither effects appear.
It's probably something simple that i have not realised but its getting very frustrating.

I would be very greatful for any help

Thank you for your time,
Andy

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