[Bf-funboard] Texture baker

Gabriel Beloin bf-funboard@blender.org
Tue, 27 Jul 2004 01:11:49 GMT

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Why not ask directly
the render engine to
output pixel for
each face, directly
on a 2d image.
looking like The
LSCM ouput if you
add seems on all
edge.(like every
face is one after
the other. the just
uv-map it. perfect
for gameengine.
------- Message
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De: trip
Date: Mon, 26 Jul
2004 19:41:53 -0400 
Sujet: Re:
Texture baker 

>> 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
>> description is in
the bump mapping
section of this
>> texturing
tutorial for Maya: 
> This I agree with
wholeheartedly. What
an outstanding way
to get 
> texturing started!
The ability to
unwrap a procedural,
with any vertex 
> painting, would be
> Not sure if this
can be done in
Python? Either way
is there any 
> thought on how
this might be done?
All I know of is
that python has some
rendering ties now,
so if it 
could do a quick
unwrap render and
save load all
automated that would

suffice for now.
Otherwise a way for
python to interact
with the 
shaders somehow.

I dont know , but I
am sure it will take
some math stuff.
Prove me 
wrong! :D

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