- FumeFX object can only be rendered in Corona when it uses CoronaFumeFXMod modifier.
- The installed version of FumeFX is not fully supported.
1. FumeFX object can only be rendered in Corona when it uses CoronaFumeFXMod modifier.
Offending scene node: <name>
This message means that you have at least one FumeFX object in the scene and you are attempting to render it without the CoronaFumeFXMod modifier.
Solution: add a CoronaFumeFXMod modifier to each of your FumeFX objects:
|A scene rendered without the CoronaFumeFXMod modifier applied to the FumeFX object:||The same scene rendered with a CoronaFumeFXMod modifier applied to the FumeFX object:|
2. The installed version of FumeFX is not fully supported.
Full error message text:
The installed version of FumeFX is not fully supported. The minimum required version of FumeFX is 6.0. As a workaround you can export FumeFX objects to VDB files and then render those using Corona VolumeGrid.
This message means that currently you have an unsupported version of FumeFX installed. In such case Corona will use native 3ds Max atmospheric effects to render FumeFX, which may result in incorrect, lower-quality rendering.
Solution: Install FumeFX 6 or newer.
As a workaround you can also export the FumeFX simulation to VDB format and import it using the Corona Volume Grid:
Set up your simulation
Open the FumeFX menu
Set up the path to a folder where the resulting VDB files will be stored:
Start the simulation and wait for the VDB files to be exported
Remove FumeFX from the scene, or hide it
Create a Corona Volume Grid
Click "load from file"
Browse to and select all of the exported VDB files
These instructions are for creating the FumeFX simulation in the same scene where it will be used. Since the simulation is saved to VDB files, you can also export the simulation from a separate scene, if needed.