Physics in blender

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wglwill
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Physics in blender

Postby wglwill » Tue Jun 17, 2003 6:54 pm

I just recently got the hang of the blender interface and as I've been experimenting with it I noticed it has a physics engine in it for the realtime engine. I read in the readme that it is disable though. However when it is reenabled in future versions will it be possible to use the physics engine for creating renderable animations? Or will it only be possible to use it with the game engine?

z3r0_d
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Postby z3r0_d » Thu Jun 19, 2003 9:25 pm

it is possible now, but just as limited

look on elysiun, there is a script that will export motion from the game engine (even dynamic motion) into an ipo

2.25 has the game engine

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Postby Dani » Sat Jun 21, 2003 6:36 pm

yeah, gametoipo...

but it isn't such a good solution for simulating physics in linear animation. and it relies heavily on ram.

Dani


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