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If you have a big fluid it won't cache one file without using a cache blend node. The cache is split into two or three, even with single file cache turned on. I wouldn't know how to retime those cacheblends. anyone?
same here, i've keyed the retime node, and it doesn't update in maya 2011
TJ Packer said almost 12 years ago:This is an awesome script! I ran the script and it created the "Fluid Retime" attribute and connection, but what do I do to now slow down the fluid? I've keyframed a few different values, but it doesn't seem to effect the fluid. Thanks for your help.
scottbell said almost 15 years ago:Works like a charm. Thanks a million.
kobataro said about 15 years ago:this is what we want for ppl doing VFX!!!! manymany thanks!!!