Turbulence FD Tests: Low Temp/High Temp

This quick video examines the Low Temperature and High Temperature settings in the Rendering tab of a Container inside Turbulence FD. Since these settings are inside the Rendering tab, they are applied to your simulation after you have cache it, allowing you to make adjustments and see the results instantly rather than re-caching.

I still have more of these!  This quick video examines the Low Temperature and High Temperature settings in the Rendering tab of a Container inside TurbulenceFD. Since these settings are inside the Rendering tab, they are applied to your simulation after you have cache it, allowing you to make adjustments and see the results instantly rather than re-caching. It’s a numerical value that you can use to punch in new numbers an map a low and high temperature setting for your flame simulation. The numbers can remap the gradient of your flame to different values, allowing you to adjust what parts of your flame belong to lower or higher temperatures, and the values in between.

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