I am fairly new to the Rigid Body physics.
I have some uneven shaped rocks that are dropped onto an uneven surface.
No matter what I seem to do, after the initial fall onto the surface, the kinetic energy never seems to lessen - the rocks just keep jiggling around on the floor without slowing down FOREVER!
If I lessen the Sensitivity Margin, the jiggling does calm down a bit, but still continues. If i make the Sensitivity Margin too low, they fall through the floor.
Is this jiggling an inescapable fact and something we all have to work with? Perhaps it is normal to have to bake it to keyframes and then use keyframing to freeze it to a stop?
Also, I have a lot of intersection of these rocks - which parameter decreases that?