Houdini In Five Minutes 16: Building A Flip Display Using MOPs by Moritz 10.02.2020 comments 5 Part of: Houdini in Five Minutes Houdini In Five Minutes beginner, Houdini, houdini in five minutes, Instances, intro, MOPs, Packed, Primitives Toggle cinema mode Let’s put our newfound knowledge of packed primitives and the MOPs toolkit to use and build a straightforward mechanical display! Download Motion Operators for free. Download Project File Liked it? Take a second to support Moritz on Patreon! 5 Comments Lucio Freitas 10.02.2020 Reply Great tutorial! Love it. I have a question tho. How can I render using the original color form the texture? I plan to use an image sequence (footage) instead of a photo. Cheers Mauro 11.02.2020 Reply Hi Moritz, thanks a lot for the tutorials, very helpful. Speaking of which: I’m trying to install them following the “packages” dir method but it’s not working (Houdini 18 Apprentice). The instructions are pretty straight forward but alas, not working; MOPS are not showing up in Houdini. Do I maybe need a Indie version like for the 3rd party renderers? Thanks! Mauro. Moritz 11.02.2020 Reply Hi Mauro, sorry – I can’t answer this one… Might be a viable question to ask on the MOPs Forum. Cheers, Mo Moritz 11.02.2020 Reply That being said, why not try the .env-Method? Cheers, Mo Philip 25.04.2020 Reply It didn’t work for me immediately either. I finally found that by clicking the “+” button on the right side of the shelf, and then going to the Shelves flyout menu, the MOPS options were there. Leave a Reply to Lucio Freitas Cancel replyWrite your comment here... *Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.