On 08/04/2016 at 09:32, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Our team have created a bunch of script to automate importing CAD files into C4D. As it is well known, CA_<_o:_<_o:p_>_ can be painful to work with, often heavy with unnamed objects._<_o:_<_o:p_>_p>At some point our script apply some heavy Optimization (2 cm) + a strong PolyReduction Deformer (90%).
So far we have experience 2 strange bug while doing those functions:
_<_!----_>_yle="margin-left:36.0pt;text-indent:-18.0pt;mso-list:l0 level1 lfo1">1- The PolyReduction hang on_<_!---_<_o:_<_o:p_>_cts IF the Mesh Quality Factor is higher than 0. It seams like some bad polygon are throwing the deformer in an endless loop. As anybody had similar experience?
2- The second problem is more problematic and more urgent, we sometimes have point th_<_o:_<_o:p_>_ wild._<_o:p_>_eems to be the results of the Optimization function, but I cannot reproduce the result manually. If I take the same_<_o:p_>_t, a_<_o:p_>_manually the optimization and than apply a PolyReduction NO points goes wild…
I suspect that C4D interface command are_<_o:p_>_ mor_<_o:_<_o:p_>_ex than a simple python function (probably multiple function bundled together) since we get different result with the interface and by pure script (Using MCOMMAND_OPTIMIZE ), as if C4D had some cleaning internal process…
Lastly we've just discovered that page:
So none of our script contains " MSG_CHANGE". Could this be the root of our problem? Can you give us a rule of a thumb when to use them? At each function that change the ge_ <_o:_<_o:p_>_ at the end only of the script?
And is there any other command that we have to use when changing the geometry by script?
_.0pt;font-family:Verdana;mso-bidi-font-family:Verdana; mso-bidi-font-weight:bold">Thank you for any help you can provide
Edit: I've changed the link in the post from NodeData to Atom.Message
On 09/04/2016 at 10:33, xxxxxxxx wrote:
I've made further test and it appears that it's mainly the PolyReduction that mainly causes the problem. With a reduction Below 60% the problem goes away using the scripts, Higher the problem appears.
However no problem appears when doing the same step manually, even at 90% Reduction.
On 11/04/2016 at 02:15, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Hello and welcome,
could you share your code with us? Without knowing what exactly you are doing and how you are doing it, it is hard to make any statement.