[Bf-funboard] Texture baker
Thu, 22 Jul 2004 19:59:47 -0400
Aw per pixel rendering! Sweets so that is the answer.
that is what I am after. Sorry about the low quality text, in my head I
can read it, and I spent a lot of time trying to type it as clean as I
can so it does not look like my one minute stuff. ick
So anyway, perpixel render, huh, I wonder if anyone could figure out
how to add that in then. the texture baker could still be used though
from that for game engine mode. Hey at least that is some hope.
On Jul 22, 2004, at 7:26 PM, Matt Ebb wrote:
> On 23 Jul 2004, at 8:15 AM, Paul Lunneberg wrote:
>> I don't think it would be something that is very usefully for normal
>> animation and rendering. If your trying to preview motion for an
>> animation, the texturing doesn't matter. If your trying to preview a
>> render... having a baked texture will only sortof give you an idea...
>> you will still need to render with full textures over and over to get
>> what you want.
> There's one thing that it would be useful for, if you could export
> procedural textures to a UV mapped image. This can be good for
> painting UV image maps, but using procedurals first to visualise how
> it will turn out. It's hard to explain, a better pictorial description
> is in the bump mapping section of this excellent texturing tutorial
> for Maya: http://www.3dm-mc.com/tutorials/maya/texturing.
> I agree baking textures just to see in the 3D View is a bit useless.
> Better to improve the OpenGL display (as in other apps) so that the
> texture is displayed per-pixel instead of per-vertex.
> @ trip:
> You'll be able to get much better responses to your ideas if you take
> the time to write clearly and concisely. If I hadn't read other
> threads on elysiun.com etc. that you had written, I would have no idea
> what you are talking about.