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I want to change the effect of emitting particles from particles separately

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kyororin8732
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I want to change the effect of emitting particles from particles separately

I want to emit particles from particles in different sizes, but set the size of the first source_particle to 1. I want the particles emitted from it to be 0.1, but all particles of size 1 will be affected. How can we have different effects on particles?

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sepu6
in reply to: kyororin8732

Filter particle node is your friend there. Then you want to filter the particles by a property/attribute which in this case is point_size. 

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kyororin8732
in reply to: sepu6

thank you! I first learned about the filter particle node. Another question I would like to ask here is whether the filter particle node is connected to the outside of the first simulated particle and then to the next particle node. I tried it, but it doesn't work. If you can teach me, it will be a great help! I'm still studying English, so I'm sorry if I can't say it well.

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sepu6
in reply to: kyororin8732

Here you go a quick example. 

Here I'm filtering particles that are bigger than .2 in size then I'm emitting from those pts and create a strand + color change. 

 

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kyororin8732
in reply to: sepu6

Thank you for politely teaching me! The example was easy to understand and I learned a lot! It was very helpful! I want to send a lot of thanks.

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