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    #31
    "The content uses its own wind system. Pivot painter is only used to specify axes for all objects in a group, it is not needed for single models, single models use their own axis. You can adjust the wind behavior for each plant."

    I would like to avoid the typical floating/water wave like plant animation (most marketplace asset using Simple Grass Wind) in my project (I'm making a cinematic video). So if a flower has no Pivot Painter support, then how the animation will look if I place it on a plane / landscape? Is the bottom of the flower stick to the plane? So not the whole plant is moving/floating, the bottom is stick to the ground.

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      #32
      Originally posted by Kristof Dely View Post
      "The content uses its own wind system. Pivot painter is only used to specify axes for all objects in a group, it is not needed for single models, single models use their own axis. You can adjust the wind behavior for each plant."

      I would like to avoid the typical floating/water wave like plant animation (most marketplace asset using Simple Grass Wind) in my project (I'm making a cinematic video). So if a flower has no Pivot Painter support, then how the animation will look if I place it on a plane / landscape? Is the bottom of the flower stick to the plane? So not the whole plant is moving/floating, the bottom is stick to the ground.
      Wind has flexible settings. You can activate "Simple Grass Wind" if necessary, it is disabled by default. You can adjust the swing of a plant, its rate, speed, etc. at different levels. Plants are fixed to the ground and will not detach from it during animation. Here you can see the settings after the update: https://youtu.be/UbB8zasHh0E, single models have the similar settings, only without the pivot painter texture because it is not needed.

      Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfgjQ2cx2wU. The video is a bit outdated and there is no "pivot painter" animation yet, but you can see the options and settings.
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