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by jascha
06 Apr 2009, 16:32
Forum: TurbulenceFD for CINEMA 4D
Topic: how does it work?
Replies: 8
Views: 5518

Re: how does it work?

There might be an issue that causes crashes in any C4D version but the very latest (v11.026). Are you using an older version?

Could you describe the crashes in more detail? Is there an error message? What did you do before the crash?

The next update will have an in-editor preview.
by jascha
06 Apr 2009, 15:51
Forum: TurbulenceFD for CINEMA 4D
Topic: Turbulence.4D Public Beta
Replies: 39
Views: 22247

Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Aye! I may manage to record a mini-tutorial soon-ish.
by jascha
06 Apr 2009, 15:16
Forum: TurbulenceFD for CINEMA 4D
Topic: how does it work?
Replies: 8
Views: 5518

Re: how does it work?

Did you have a look at the README.txt? There's a short description on how to get started.
More detailed descriptions are coming soon.
by jascha
06 Apr 2009, 07:39
Forum: TurbulenceFD for CINEMA 4D
Topic: Turbulence.4D Public Beta
Replies: 39
Views: 22247

Re: Turbulence.4D Public Beta

undream wrote:I just want to ask if there will be a version for c4d r11 32 bit (windows) ?
yes, very soon
by jascha
05 Apr 2009, 21:40
Forum: TurbulenceFD for CINEMA 4D
Topic: Turbulence.4D Public Beta
Replies: 39
Views: 22247

Turbulence.4D Public Beta

Turbulence.4D is a fluid simulation and rendering plug-in for CINEMA 4D. The simulation is based on the latest state-of-the-art methods in CG fluid simulation that produce some of the most realistic and natural results. Here are some example animations: http://jawset.com/gallery/t4d/sphere_smoke_sho...
by jascha
02 Feb 2009, 14:18
Forum: Turbulence2D for After Effects
Topic: TURBULENCE.2D for After Effects released
Replies: 0
Views: 4034

TURBULENCE.2D for After Effects released

TURBULENCE.2D brings high-quality fluid dynamics to After Effects. 7 channels of arbitrary video input, one texture coordinate channel and numerous other controls open the door to an endless variety of truly organic textures, animations and typographic effects. Check out the gallery for a small tast...