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    Official Tutorial #8: The DMM Scene node

    The DMM Scene node

    As soon as you create a DMM object, a DMM Scene Node is automatically created. Each newly created DMM Object is connected to the scene node. It's attributes control the global settings affecting the whole scene. It is possible to have several DMM scene nodes in a single Maya scene. You can then manage them in order to optimize the simulations.
    Another useful tool to control the rendering of your DMM scene is the DMM Cache. It saves the DMM simulated Tet Mesh vertex positions at each frame. You can then choose to render only a portion of the simulation or use motion blur for instance.

    In this tutorial you will:

    • Change DMM Scene Node attributes

    • Manage complex scenes by using several DMM Scene Nodes

    • Use the DMM Cache to render only part of the DMM simulation

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    This file has the same problem Tutorial5. The file is 977Kb and is corrupted...

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    why doesn't some file download completely? Is the fault on my side? Becuase I have a very fast internet connection, but the download stops mid may in KB's and says its corrupt.

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