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Create an 'Auto-Fence' asset in Houdini - The Asset

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In the concluding part of our very first Houdini tutorial, Alvaro Castaneda shows us how to take the nodes we created from part 1 and convert them into an amazing Auto-Fence digital asset - something that shows just why Houdini can be such a powerful part of the VFX workflow.



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