Results 1 to 4 of 4

Thread: Problems with VoluMedic and VPR in LW 11.5

  1. #1

    Problems with VoluMedic and VPR in LW 11.5

    Hello LW community!
    We have just been informed that there is a problem with LW 11.5 and VoluMedic: VPR does not work correctly (only shows a blank, usually white screen).
    We narrowed the problem down to the Frame Buffer Object. This Display Option is now on by default in LW and causes a conflict with VoluMedic. We are currently working together with the LightWave development team on a solution and will hopefully be able to release an update soon. As a temporary solution to the problem, please turn OFF Frame Buffer Object and restart LightWave. After that VPR should perform normally again.
    Thank you for your patience!
    Kindest Regards
    Elmar
    Yes, my Avatar shows a volume rendering...
    VoluMedic Creative Edition only USD 299 !
    www.volumedic.com

  2. #2
    I have also this problem with Octane plugin, that sometimes turn viewports black. Currently I use a command to disable this option every time plugin start.

    -Juanjo
    Juanjo Gonzalez
    Computer Graphics Software Developer

  3. #3
    dynamics...so much fun ;) prospector's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    Location
    state of confusion
    Posts
    6,973
    your private mail is full
    so will ask here
    Can objects be manipulated with bones?
    Or any other animation technique?
    Didn't see anything about that in FAQ
    Thanks
    Skype...lost_in_3d_space

    Sager
    I7-4800 OC'd to 3.3 GHz
    12G 1600mhz mem
    GTX 765M , 765 cores 1.5 Gig mem
    256 gigs raided SSD drive

  4. #4
    Yes, objects can be manipulated with bones to a certain extent. Note though that the volumes wont deform. You can however deform the container polygon objects for the Complex object type. Otherwise you can break up volume object and parent them to bones, or put them into a regular hierarchy. That is what I did for the Stag Beetle animation here:
    https://vimeo.com/10430525
    Yes, my Avatar shows a volume rendering...
    VoluMedic Creative Edition only USD 299 !
    www.volumedic.com

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •