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  1. glmr

    PBR smart nightmare

    Hello. It is already 6 hours of nightmare with textures export of Smart Material. I can't export texture with high resolution as shown in preview and viewport. I read all topics about this problem, tried to change mesh and texture resolution (I set 16384 on start but baking allows only 8192 resolution) , bake textures (I set 16384 on start but baking allows only 4092 resolution) etc. and I already tried with high-poly mesh and 16 384 texture size, but exported image is blurry and terrible. Whatever I do - the result is always low-resolution blurry map. Please, help me! I can't sleep!
  2. glmr

    is it possible in 3d coat?

    Subdivision modifier doesn't work correctly sometimes and eats a lot of memory and time, so it would be better to have a good tool for UV unwrap
  3. glmr

    is it possible in 3d coat?

    I must use high-poly for high-resolution rendering
  4. glmr

    is it possible in 3d coat?

    UV Path tool doesn't work correctly with high-poly also
  5. glmr

    is it possible in 3d coat?

    I know. But marking seams for high-poly models is a kind of pixel-hunting.
  6. glmr

    is it possible in 3d coat?

    I found this wonderful video about UV unwrapping in Zbrush. Does this or similar mode exist in 3d Coat? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQht6S7aWDg
  7. glmr

    uv mapping cylinder

    sounds strange because I used LSCM algorythm for unwrapping. so, looks like 3D Coat has a possibility to unwrap correctly, but can't due the lack of projections
  8. glmr

    uv mapping cylinder

    Does it mean that it is not possible to make correct unwrapping with 3D Coat? But I've seen it is possible - here from here I used Silo2 for unwrapping, but it would be netter to use one software for all steps.
  9. glmr

    uv mapping cylinder

    You have a lot of seams on lateral surface. the problem is that I need lateral surface in one piece, with one seam. I can realise such UV in another software, but not with 3d Coat. Try to open my model with "keep UV" and you see.
  10. glmr

    uv mapping cylinder

    here it is, unwrapped in Silo2. but if you unwrap this model in 3dCoat with planar for every island - you have a distortion as I posted before. So, if you know how to make the same unwrapping as I made in Silo2 - I would be happy. making seams in Silo is terrible. pill silo UV unwrapped.obj
  11. glmr

    uv mapping cylinder

    look - it is a same object unwrapped with another software. how is possible to reach such result in 3D Coat?
  12. glmr

    uv mapping cylinder

    3dCoat says that not all islands are absolutely planar, but I tried in another software and got correct mapping. so, they are planar enough. 3d coat is able to make planar for top and bottom parts, but that long one always looks strange
  13. glmr

    uv mapping cylinder

    with planar I have something like this
  14. glmr

    uv mapping cylinder

    Hello. I'm trying to unwrap cylindric body and I already used different ways, but every time I have distorted texture. Please, tell me what is wrong? How is possible to unwrap cylindric body to plain planar rectangle island with two circle islands?
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