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# 1 30-12-2008 , 01:43 PM
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Smoke Rendering Error

I'm trying some simple smoke rendering and I'm getting the following error:

Warning: Texture file Smoke doesn't exist, node file1

Any idea what this means?

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# 2 30-12-2008 , 03:27 PM
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# 3 30-12-2008 , 09:05 PM
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mastone may be correct, but just to be sure, start from the beginning.

Please answer a few questions so we may help you:

1. What version of Maya are you running?
2. Describe your scene, and describe exactly the steps you took up to the moment of the error as best you can.

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# 4 30-12-2008 , 09:19 PM
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Thanks guys...sorry for not having included other info.

I'm using Maya 7.0.

The scene is just a simple scene with the smoke dynamic. Nothing fancy at all. I let the scene run for 5-7 seconds so I can see the s/w rendered clouds and then try and render when the error comes up. How do I get the smoke texture back?

# 5 08-01-2009 , 10:01 PM
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Im a bit late but have you put the smoke sprites into your projects source images folder?

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