Community
Bifrost Forum
Welcome to the Bifrost Forum. This is the place for artists using Bifrost to ask and answer questions, browse popular topics, and share knowledge about creating effects procedurally using Bifrost. You can also visit the Bifrost Community on AREA to download an array of ready-to-use graphs, read Bifrost news and updates, and find the latest tutorials.
cancel
Showing results for 
Show  only  | Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Missing source_air from source_fuel's input node in Maya2022

3 REPLIES 3
SOLVED
Reply
Message 1 of 4
kemenyz
362 Views, 3 Replies

Missing source_air from source_fuel's input node in Maya2022

Hello,
Missing source_air from source_fuel's input node in Maya2022!

Maya 2020:

kemenyz_0-1617895040933.png

Maya 2022:

kemenyz_2-1617895078450.png

 

 

Or is there a way to get it back somehow?

 

3 REPLIES 3
Message 2 of 4
kemenyz
in reply to: kemenyz

Aah, I see, the order was changed:

kemenyz_0-1617895392167.png

kemenyz_1-1617895401761.png

 

Although I don't know where can I plug in the geometry source:

kemenyz_0-1617895600317.png

 

Message 3 of 4
calibrix
in reply to: kemenyz

Hi @kemenyz 

There's been quite a bit of BiFrost improvements over the past year. Fuel is sourced a bit differently now as you've seen. Source_Fuel connects to the additional_properties input and does exactly that: adds the additional (and necessary) properties for combustion. It uses the same input from the source_air node and generate the fuel properties from that input. See the example screen shot attached.

Message 4 of 4
kemenyz
in reply to: calibrix

Thank you!

Can't find what you're looking for? Ask the community or share your knowledge.

Post to forums