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Endless lifespan for particles?

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max_schoenherr
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Endless lifespan for particles?

I searched for it for a while, but without luck. Maybe it's too obvious of a node which slipped my mind. Any suggestions? https://youtu.be/a8vke2DmRWE

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sepu6
in reply to: max_schoenherr

You are missing this guy

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lovely, thanks! in fact i did a tutorial a while ago which involved the source_particles node – but forgot abo

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mihirsbcc
in reply to: max_schoenherr

Hi There,

I think I know what you are looking for. I might be wrong. I was looking for the same. I used Source_particle before Simulate node. About rendering, I had to cache. Otherwise Arnold Render sequence did not render where just the viewport Arnold render was working. After I cached it,Particle_age and end frame.png it did render.

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mihirsbcc
in reply to: max_schoenherr

That is the tutorial I saw and made this one.

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mihirsbcc
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