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Problem using Dynamics 
By Zeroeffect on Apr 09, 2001 11:13 AM
Im making a ball, thats falling down on a table. Everything works fine, the ball bounces a couple of times before it stops, but then suddenly, it falls stright through the table for no reason. Why??

Please help, it's driving me crazy.

(I'm using max3)
Thanks.
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Re: Problem using Dynamics 
By ZombieCzar on Apr 11, 2001 01:33 PM
you will need to increase the samples.. It is always a pain to get the physics engine that came with max to work..

If you can try Havoc, or whatever they'r calling it now.
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Re: Problem using Dynamics 
By Challin on Apr 11, 2001 08:32 PM
At the frame in which it begins to go awry, stop the animation (view it by pressing the ? key, it moves slower) and check all positional and rotational values for the ball object in Track View. It should be simple to manually insert a keyframe to control it's postion where it goes all strange on you.
Hope that helps.
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Re: Problem using Dynamics 
By Activemind2000 on Apr 18, 2001 09:47 PM
yes, you can run the simulation until the objects are almost still, then add some manual animation (a few frames made by you).
discreet said ;D : well, you don't need a perfect simulation, but a believable one.

my oppinion?
get HAVOK immediatly!
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Re: Problem using Dynamics 
By Activemind2000 on Apr 18, 2001 09:48 PM
btw: Havok is a max plugin.
and the address is: www.havok.com
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