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I'm trying to make a scene that contains two smoke flow sources inside the same domain. I want a force field to be added in the scene to affect the specific smoke but the other to be unaffected by it.
If possible, I want both the emitters to be in the same smoke domain. If I have to make separate domain for each of them, it will cost me for render time. So, any help will appreciated. Thanks.

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It can be done by having two domains, on different layers, each sharing its layer with its force field. I don't think that smoke particles within the same domain can be made to follow different rules based on where they're emitted from.

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  • $\begingroup$ Do I need to manage the render layers as well? $\endgroup$ – Bee Kay Oct 7 '17 at 10:25
  • $\begingroup$ A default render layer will render all visible layers, so it shoudn't require any extra work. $\endgroup$ – dixiepig Oct 10 '17 at 6:40

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