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Slava Panther asked ·

How to see Volume VDB in VP2.0 in maya

How to see Volume VDB in VP2.0 without custom vdb plugins? In this time volume not viewing in vp, maybe, in the future will appear tool, which allows you to view volume in the viewport as pointcloud or voxel and implicit? Thank you!

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Stephen Blair answered ·

Maybe in the future, but right now there's no VP2 drawing for VDB volumes

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Madjid Chamekh answered ·

You can use a maya plugin to visualize vdb as surface or volume, and even render it in arnold.

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheBesha1/videos

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Using this plugin I can not only visualize them, but also render, and then the question arises, why do I need a standard solution of a solid angle?

But question can be considered closed

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