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How to change the frame rate of a render sequence to achieve a slow motion effect?

Hi guys, I'm using Arnold and trying to slow down a scene created with Bifrost.


Basically I have a splash happening in 70 frames that needs to be extended to 300 frames. Without changing gravity or Trans Time (i'm happy with the look of the splash), is there a way to render the animation sequence on a higher frame rate? The same 75 frames (3 seconds) on a 300 frames image sequence?


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Can you bake the simulation and scale the keys?

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Thanks Lee! Just working on it now.


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