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Thread: Deep Rising FX v3.0 Release

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    Deep Rising FX v3.0 Release

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    Please please please find a way to get this on the Mac.......
    This looks fan-bloomin-tastic.....
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    Hey darkChief

    Does it support multi GPU ?
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    Not, yet. The CPU solvers are no slouch though, that took less than hour to sim out.
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    Looks really cool Chief!

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    Thank you
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    Is the River Test created using the SPlisHSPlasH Solver ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qexit View Post
    Is the River Test created using the SPlisHSPlasH Solver ?
    Yes it is If you don't need Kinematic or rigid body coupling and other stuff, I would recommend it for larger scenes, it's faster for raw fluid simulations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkChief View Post
    Yes it is If you don't need Kinematic or rigid body coupling and other stuff, I would recommend it for larger scenes, it's faster for raw fluid simulations.
    Good to know, thanks for the quick and useful reply. Due to the lack of options, I guess the SPlisHSPlasH Solver is CPU only ? In any case, it looks like time to give it a spin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qexit View Post
    Good to know, thanks for the quick and useful reply. Due to the lack of options, I guess the SPlisHSPlasH Solver is CPU only ? In any case, it looks like time to give it a spin
    Yes CPU only
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    One thing I'd really appreciate (now that it offers motion blur ) is greater ability to profile simulations, in order to identify whether constraints are unduly impacting sim times, and similar optimizations.

    You might want to take a look at how Navie Effex, RF, X-Particles and so forth allow users to profile sim pipeline operation, and optimize by inserting caches, reorganizing constraints, etc. That seems like a logical "next step" for DeepFx. I know I found it extremely valuable in Effex (and X-P) for optimizing complex sims down to reasonable timeframes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwiede View Post
    One thing I'd really appreciate (now that it offers motion blur ) is greater ability to profile simulations, in order to identify whether constraints are unduly impacting sim times, and similar optimizations.

    You might want to take a look at how Navie Effex, RF, X-Particles and so forth allow users to profile sim pipeline operation, and optimize by inserting caches, reorganizing constraints, etc. That seems like a logical "next step" for DeepFx. I know I found it extremely valuable in Effex (and X-P) for optimizing complex sims down to reasonable timeframes.
    Thank you for the input. Have included in feature request notes.
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