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  1. Hello. I have prepared highpoly and lowpoly model variants made in another 3D redactor. I did auto-retopology by downloading the lowpoly model through the startup menu "UV Map Mesh" How can I bake the normal map and then texture the model? I load the highpoly model through the "Import Reference Mesh" and the lowpoly model disappears from the UV Room. Then I load it in the Retopo Room over the highpoly model. I press Bake- nothing. Message - "needed UV set". Please, help, may be it is necessary to import models in another way? Can I bake imported models and then texture them?
  2. I have been using 3D Coat occasionally for the past few years. I have a full mesh (high polygon) and a 'cage mesh' (low polygon). I would like to use the low polygon mesh in a project with the normal map of the high polygon mesh. The high polygon mesh fits more or less neatly inside of the low polygon mesh. I made these meshes in another application. They are both uv-mapped, but have different uv maps from each other. I would like to bake the detail of the high polygon mesh as a normal map onto the uv map of the low polygon mesh. Is this possible with 3D Coat. If so, how would I do this? Thanks.
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