Subdiv. Iterations requires Pull User Params enabled to work.
In certain cases, it may be useful to change the orientation to match the axis of the original Alembic file (coming from other applications). For example, if the up direction is mapped to +Z instead of +Y.
Enable reading a sequence of files.
The start frame of the .abc file sequence.
For example, if your sequence on disk goes from name1001.abc to name 1100.abc, you can pick the files from 1050 to 1080 by entering these values as the Sequence Start and the Sequence End respectively.
The timeline's frame at which the .abc sequence starts to be used.
The timeline's frame at which the .abc sequence ends to be used.
If there are not enough files in the sequence to cover the Animation Start-End range, the sequence can be repeated, either from its start or in ping-pong mode.
Sets the playback speed of the procedural's animation.
Changes the size of the bounding box representation in the viewport.
Gives the ability to connect Procedural/Alembic nodes in the Operator Graph Editor.
From the Operator Graph Editor, you can list the objects connected to the operator.
In this case, there are three INodes, two of them being 3ds MAX instances of the same Arnold Alembic object.
Procedural/Alembic files can be introspected to retrieve geometry and display it in the viewport.
The available viewport display modes are:
Bounding Box Threshold (ratio of screen size)
Defines how much to extend the bounding box of the object. The default value is 0.02.
Animation Cache Size (in frames)
Animation frames load on demand and are kept in a cache of the size defined in the UI. If the cache is not used, the data is always trashed (same as the cache size is 1).
Shows the contents of the file. The content tree view selection cannot be used for selection. Double-clicking copies the sub-node name (path) and can be pasted in an operator.