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    Baking out a Bullet solution

    I couldn't find this but seems there must be a way of applying the dynacache file somehow so Bullet can be removed & that the scene used elsewhere.

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    Not looking to output. Want to keep it in LW but be able to just fine tune a few of the items from the Bullet solution. I'll take a peak at the Mental Fish script though. Seems there should be a native way to do this.
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    You're trying to save Bullet motion after it's been simulated? Can't you just use MDD Baker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldcode View Post
    You're trying to save Bullet motion after it's been simulated? Can't you just use MDD Baker?
    That's what I was wondering but didn't know if it could recognize a .dynacache file. I use this stuff about every 3 years & this is really the sort of stuff that should be referenced in the WIKI, but isn't.
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