SOLVED Cloner with multi-instance

Hello.

I want to support to fully support multi-instances in my render engine, but I find some difficulties with cloners.
I transfer the cloner data into my engine by reading the Cache. The problem is that the multi instances that exist inside the cloner have the parameter INSTANCEOBJECT_MULTIPOSITIONINPUT empty.
How can I get the multi instance positions from the cloner ?

Thank you for your time !

You can get the array with matrices using this member function:

const maxon::BaseArray<Matrix>* InstanceObject::GetInstanceMatrices() const

Cheers,
Frank

hello,

I'm not sure if you are talking about a Mograph Cloner or an Instance with Instance Mode set to Multi-Instance.

For a Cloner Object you can retrieve the matrices inside the MoData like this

        BaseObject *mographObj = doc->GetActiveObject();
	if (mographObj == nullptr)
		return maxon::NullptrError(MAXON_SOURCE_LOCATION);


	BaseTag *tag = mographObj->GetTag(ID_MOTAGDATA);
	if (tag == nullptr)
		return maxon::NullptrError(MAXON_SOURCE_LOCATION);

	// populate the GetMoDataMessage instance by sending a MSG_GET_MODATA
	GetMoDataMessage modataMsg;
	if (!tag->Message(MSG_GET_MODATA, &modataMsg))
		return maxon::UnexpectedError(MAXON_SOURCE_LOCATION);

	if (!modataMsg.modata)
		return maxon::UnexpectedError(MAXON_SOURCE_LOCATION);

	
	// access the MoData from the returned GetMoDataMessage and check its validity
	MoData *moData = modataMsg.modata;
	if (!moData)
		return maxon::NullptrError(MAXON_SOURCE_LOCATION);

	// retrieve the number of Matrix items as well as the array containing the matrix for each of them
	maxon::Int32 matrixItemsCnt = moData->GetCount();
	maxon::Matrix* itemsMtxArray = static_cast<maxon::Matrix*>(moData->GetArray(MODATA_MATRIX));

If you are using An InstanceObject you can check our manual .
As @fwilleke80 said you have GetInstanceMatrices or you can read the multi-instanceData (example in the manual)

Cheers,
Manuel.

hello,

without further addition on your part, this thread will be considered as solved tomorrow.

Cheers,
Manuel.