I have a set of around 200 objects which I’ve dropped into place using the physics engine (for a natural look). I don’t want the animation, just the final placement of the objects. I’ve deleted all the frames for these objects, but now I want to remove the actor component. All objects are Actor/Dynamic/Rigid Bodies. If I select them one at a time, I can disable Actor. However, when I select all 200, the option to disable Actor disappears. How can I disable physics for a large group of objects at once?
Of the 200 objects, choose one object and remove the actor, dynamic, rigidbody attributes.
Deselect this object.
Select the rest of 199 objects (SHIFT+SELECT or Boundig box) and then the object that you removed the ‘actor’ specific stuff…
Press CTRL+C and then choose “All Physical attributes…”
Hope this helps.
Hmm, I don’t see the option “All Physical Attributes” when I press Ctrl+C. I’m using Blender 2.46. This “All Physical Attributes” new in 2.47?
Good question. I never used this feature until last week and on checking, this feature is available in 2.47 and not in 2.46. :o
Thanks for the help!!
Keep asking questions (to yourself and to others) … best way to learn Blender.