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On 11/05/2007 at 20:22, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Cinema 4D Version: 9.6+
Platform: Windows ; Mac ; Mac OSX ;
Language(s) : C++ ;
i'm inside VP_INNER.
Good place to play..
I need to calculate the true motion blur, this mean that the mblur take account of trajectories.
So i can't use motion_delta, because i can reconstruct only 2 points of my motion.
So i used AnimateObject.
All is ok.. but when i use a virtual object like a sphere, the sphere->GetMg() don't change with the AnimateObject call.
"The will only work if the object is attached to a document. Virtual objects in caches and deform caches are not attached to a document, so this function cannot be used for those objects."
When i make it editable, all ok
I'm getting the
BaseObject *myObj = Vd->GetObj(n)->link;
BaseDocument *myDoc = myObj->GetDocument();
myDoc->AnimateObject(myObj, myTime, flag);
Matrix m = myDoc->GetMg(); <-- this is my prob.
any suggestion to get the matrix from here?
thanks in advance
On 13/05/2007 at 10:10, xxxxxxxx wrote:
can i know how these function work from BaseObjects?
These functions seem related to virtual objects.
void SetOrigin(BaseObject* origin);
BaseObject* GetOrigin(Bool safe);
BaseObject* GetTopOrigin(Bool parent, Bool safe);
BaseObject* GetEditObject(BaseObject** psds, LONG state);
On 14/05/2007 at 03:13, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Do you use AnimateObject within VP_INNER? I am not sure this is safe to do, at least not with the original document.
On 14/05/2007 at 03:14, xxxxxxxx wrote:
The SetOrigin, GetOrign, GetTopOrigin and GetEditObject functions are private and shouldn't be used by plugin developers.
On 14/05/2007 at 04:15, xxxxxxxx wrote:
What's way i need to get to calculate the trajectory of an RayObject if i can't get the real object?
On 14/05/2007 at 06:01, xxxxxxxx wrote:
I don't think this is possible with RayObjects. You probably have to do this outside of the videopost. I know that Final Render calculates some sort of prepass but I don't know if they do this within a videopost since I don't have access to Final render.
On 14/05/2007 at 07:46, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Ok, i'll think another way to do it.
but i've tried the GetTopOrigin(Bool parent, Bool safe);
and seem to return the real BaseObject that generated the Virtual objecs. Why this function must not be to used?
On 15/05/2007 at 01:51, xxxxxxxx wrote:
I talked with the developers about the motion blur issue and the way to get your subsamples is to clone the document and manually step through it.
On 15/05/2007 at 01:56, xxxxxxxx wrote:
About getting the BaseObject from rayobject?
If it's a virtual objects i can't get real reference to it.
On 15/05/2007 at 02:00, xxxxxxxx wrote:
no, you have to clone your complete document and work with the clone. there you have access to the real objects. step through the document with SetTime and AnimateDocument.
On 15/05/2007 at 02:55, xxxxxxxx wrote:
but.. when i'll be in VP_INNER and i'm exporting all objects.. it's when i must pass the subsampled matrix for each object.
So, how i can know from a Rayobject what's the link if this rayobject is a Virtual Object generated?