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Textures ->
Use Original UV
This option is important for models with overlapped UV clusters; for example with mirrored UV's. In this case you should load the model with the 'Keep Clusters' option. (See 'Open OBJ') UV-coordinates will be modified so that texture clusters will not overlap each other. If the 'Use original UV set' option is checked, then models and textures will be exported with the original UV set. Otherwise the new UV set is exported
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Save Glossiness as Normal Map Alpha Channel
Save the Glossiness channel as an alpha channel in a normal map
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Save Displacement Map to Alpha
Save displacement to the alpha channel of the normal map
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Don't Use Alpha in Normal Map
Normal map will be stored as RGB image
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Don't Use Alpha in Color Map
Store all textures - normal map and color/albedo as RGB images without alpha
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Import UV
Import object that contains UV-set. The new UV-set will replace old one
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Export UV
Export the object without textures. This command is best used with the 'Import UV-set' option. This combination allows you to export a UV-set, edit it with a graphics editor, then import it again
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Export SL Sculpt Map
Export "Second life" sculpt map
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Texture UV Editor
Open a window to view or edit textures, and tweak UV-sets
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UV Manager
Open a list containing all the UV-sets associated with the current object
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Mesh & Texture Resolution
Mesh & Texture Resolution
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Texture Baking Tool
This tool allows you to get projections of color, Glossiness, normal, and displacement maps on meshes with completely different topology. The mesh to project the texture on can have several surface materials, which will result in several exported textures
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Calculate Occlusion
This tool calculates the global illumination from many spot lights distributed over the sphere or hemisphere. The calculation can take a long time

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Calculate Curvature
The curvature layer is required to use cavity/curvature as condition for materials or conditonal painting. The command will update cavity/curvature layer using current displacement and normal map.
Pay attention that curvature consists of two components. First is local curfature that allows to detect small details, scratches. Second is long - range curvature that flows smoothly and allows to detect large details. Set intensity for both types of curvature.

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Offset Tool
Offset can only be applied after "Import image plane"
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Light Baking Tool
Light Baking Tool