Creating a video guide for RF2012

Tutorials and Resources about Realflow
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Postby onlyCreativity » Thu Oct 06, 2011 8:04 pm

Hey guys,
I'd like to create a video list explaining most of the parameters of Realflow. The playlist is a wip on Youtube.I have allready made Resolution, Density, Int Pressure. Each video is about 1 minute long. So you can select the videos you're interested in and watch them.
Could you guys take a look and tell me if everything is right or if there are mistakes?

Next will be Viscosity, then Surface tension,..after the SPH parameter videos I'll do HYBRIDO or Caronte videos.

The video description is also written in german. :)
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Postby onlyCreativity » Thu Oct 13, 2011 3:19 pm

Just uploaded "Viscosity" video to the playlist.
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Postby Otuama » Thu Oct 13, 2011 3:48 pm

I missed your original post so have only now seen these. They're good. Nice one.
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Postby bitSeq » Thu Oct 13, 2011 3:58 pm

Me too, good job!

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Postby onlyCreativity » Thu Oct 13, 2011 5:43 pm

Thanks guys!
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Postby Otuama » Thu Oct 13, 2011 5:56 pm

So, what subjects are on your list?

Although they're informative, I wouldn't try to make each video exactly 1 minute because that could limit you in some subject areas. Maybe you could give 2 different examples whenever you show the effect of settings.

For example, the viscosity one, when you show the unstable part, give a second example of this happening.

I know this would become VERY annoying however if you have to spend hours for 1 test.
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Postby onlyCreativity » Thu Oct 13, 2011 6:44 pm

Playin around since almost 2 years.

List:
-SPH: Surface Tension, Spring, Damping, Elastic+Break limit
I'm not sure if I'll do the "gas" parameters too because I have never worked with them. Also I haven't seen any good videos using gas particles with RF.

-HYBRIDO(much more videos): Domain, Foam, Splash, Mist, Wet params.

-After that there will be a small comparison between HYBRIDO and SPH.

-Then some videos about Meshing inside RF.

-Finally the caronte engine.

Parallel to that I'll do an in-depth tutorial series(once I have more time) in german because of requests.
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Postby Otuama » Thu Oct 13, 2011 6:51 pm

I modified my last post because it seemed to me that asking how long you've used Rf could come over as rude because even someone who has used it for a month could be capable of sharing what they've learnt.

Instead I added some constructive criticism. Far less rude :P.
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Postby onlyCreativity » Thu Oct 13, 2011 7:22 pm

Wasn't rude at all. :D

otuama wrote: I know this would become VERY annoying however if you have to spend hours for 1 test.

The only thing I care about is the electricity bill.
What kind of second example would you include?
I mean for viscosity:
1. Two particles stick together and rotate until the centrifugal force is larger than their viscosity("stickiness") and then they "explode".
2. or some particles just start vibrating and then they explode. You know what I mean?
So in both cases they "explode".
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Postby Otuama » Thu Oct 13, 2011 7:22 pm

Doesn't Realflow use XPH (Extended Particle Hydrodynamics), not SPH ?

Or is it Xflow that uses XPH?
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