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So I have this crazy ass idea, t/3/apots.
Next year I will need a significant amount of render power for a project I am working on. It's a feature length film, so yeah. I watched the special features of Killer Bean Forever, and the dude who made that didn't even have cases for his render machines, he just bought a couple of mobos, psu's, etc. and had them laying out on a table with a big fan blowing over them. Now, that's ghetto as shit but it gets the job done. I had this idea though, that I could do the same kinda thing, only build a custom case with say, 4 render nodes, and a 5th lower powered one to be the server. This is in addition to an i7 laptop. If I only use a 64gb SSD for each render node, and run the boards headless (was going to get micro ATX boards and haswell chips when those come out), I figure I could run all 4 at the same time with one 1200 watt PSU and some hacking. Thoughts?
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Not sure if this is the right board for this, but God damn it, I've ran out of options.
I'm new to Animation and specifically a program called MikuMikuDance.
No matter what, my model will always start an animation (like moving their arm up) before it even reaches the frame. It will just slowly move the arm until it reaches the frame I assigned the movement to.
I'm totally clueless at this shit and I've found literally no help online from anywhere.
How do I get them to just stop moving until it reaches the frame where I asked it to move? (On a side note, sometimes this doesn't happen and I really don't know why).
Help me, please, I'm going fucking crazy.