“Ribeye Torus” provided by Peter Höhsl

MOPs Documentation

Each MOPs node has a built-in help card that you can access through the “?” button on the Parameters pane, the same as any other Houdini node. These help cards will provide the most detailed information regarding the individual nodes.

The MOPs Wiki

The MOPs Wiki provides the best overview of what each MOPs node does, as well as installation instructions and an introduction to how MOPs works.

MOPs Forums and Facebook Group

The MOPs Forums are a great place to get help from the community and MOPs developers, as is the MOPs Users Group on Facebook.

Example Files

The MOPs download contains a directory called “examples”, which has a bunch of HIP files you can take apart to see how MOPs works. New files are being added on a regular basis to show off different tips and tricks. HIP files are often the best way to learn new things in Houdini, so be sure to take a look!

Video Tutorials

There are a number of video tutorials that we created around the time of our first launch in June 2018. However, these have not been kept up to date, as videos are time-consuming to produce, so some videos may have deprecated techniques or interfaces, and newer nodes may not be represented at all. The wiki and example files are the best way to get up-to-date information.

New videos will be coming soon! Please be patient.

Reach out!

If any of the above methods aren’t working for you, feel free to reach out directly.

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