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Submitted by Ivan Tepavicharov on Tue, 2009-02-03 06:29
Render different types of masks (Luminance, RGB, Reflection, Lights/Shadows, ObjectsID, SSS, Texture, AO, ZDepth, Specular, Refraction). The script don't affect the scene materials, lights and render settings. Support "FumeFX" and "HairFarm".
This will load grab your current viewport and put it as a background for your VRay. Really useful for when you want to do a region render in the VFB but don't know where to draw your region. It's clever enough to crop to your safe-frames, and resize to your render size, upscaling to large resolutions won't give you the best quality but should hopefully help!
This script generates a texture atlas out of the selected objects, and manipulates their UVs (and if necessary, their geometry as well). Currently only Multimaterials and/or Standardmaterials (with bitmaps in diffuse channel!) supported.
Texture atlasses especially are important for real time applications and game development. Check http://developer.nvidia.com/object/texture_atlas_tools.html to see performance comparisons.
- geometry slicing
- simple packing algorithm
- editing many objects at once, thus creating only one atlas for all of them
Submitted by Martijn van Herk on Mon, 2007-07-16 09:39
Morphix reorders the vertices of one model to match the vertex order of another model. This obviously only works for models which share the exact same number of vertices, edges and faces. Also, the topology of both objects have to be the same.