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Old 03-05-2008   #1
andy gee
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Cool Underwater caustic pattern not repeating properly HELP ?

Hi 2 all

I have run into a small problem with the underwater caustic pattern on the dvd.

I have mapped the pattern to a light. I deleted the expression, keyed it at frames 1 and 150.

I went into the graph editor and set the end key to cycle.
The dvd says that it will seamlessly cycle through from frames 1 -150 and beyond with out problems

WELL.. that's not true I did a fcheck sequence preview of the caustic pattern with the cycling set up from frame 1 - 200 so I could see if I were to have any problems with it.

It does jump from frame 150 back to 1 and there is a noticable jump
so is there a way to fix this ?

I have tried setting the cycle method to oscillate that makes it go back and forth.

OR would I have to get a caustic pattern generator from somewhere and render out a new sequence ?

If anybody can help me with this that would be great.

Thanks

Andy Gee
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Old 06-21-2008   #2
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Angry

Yeah man

thanks for the pointless reply

NERD !!!
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