What a great opportunity to jump in EmberGen!
Here’s my first experimentation with Embergen! (I wanted to get the hang of it first before jumping on the real challenge. For now, I really enjoy my experience with it! (And I didn’t even experienced any crash with it yet, which is really surprizing in my opinion!))
I’ve learned the basic today with Embergen’s 5 tutorials on Youtube.
And I’ve also learned how flipbook worked in Niagara with this video (Thanks a lot
tharlevfx ) :
Here’s an other test with Embergen to Ue4.(A failed one, but at least I’ve learned some things. )
I got several things to learn and fix about both Ue4 shaders and Embergen export, but the process between those 2 software is really fast.
Shader and Embergen Practice!
I had 1 crash in embergen on exporting a 4K Diffuse and a 2k Normal at the same times. I don’t know if that was the trigger.
Also, I tought it would Loop, but it definitly not! I’ll improve that next time!
At least, I definitly start to see progress!
If you can’t get a perfect loop, be sure to not use upscaling or turbulence as those tend to break looping for now unfortunately.
Thx for the tips @JangaFX !
I’m gonna trake a look at that this evening!
Here’s a quick reminder that this Challenge closes this evening! Don’t forget to submit your final video to JangaFX using this Form if you’ve yet!
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I didn’t took the time to continue the challenge unfortunately, so I won’t Submit my last itteration. (But I’ve learned a ton on Version Control and blueprints recently… o_o’)
But JangaFx’s software was awesome to use!!! I’ll definitly buy Both software when I’ll need Simulation or VectorField.