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Hi all, Thanks for looking at my problem. my original retopo object was projected to paint room and i have spent considerable time painting it and then discovered i needed better resolution. I have changed the retopo with more seams and changed the UV's to have more sets to increase the resolution to SL. how do I make the new retopo and uv sets go to the paint room without losing all my textures that I have painted, I have tried a lot of things and nothing is working. How can i send the new retopo and uv sets to the UV room, I can update the uvs into the paint room from there but I have not found a way to put the new retopo and uv sets into the uv room. Any suggestions would be great, pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease thanks. Edit: I am restricted to 1024x1024 texture uploads in this platform that is why i have made my mesh a lot of different UV sets so i can change the item to higher resolution. Once I had uploaded it i discovered it was not quite good enough resolution soi went back to the retopo and put more edges into it without changing the shape, so i can split up the faces more and make more uv sets. Now I cant find a way to put the changed retopo into the paint room with the new UV's without losing the textures I have already painted.
Multiple UVsets Normals seams
feddark posted a topic in General 3DCoatHi! In per pixel painting I use several UV sets and there is some inconvenience in tech nuances. I have 5 meshes, 5 normal maps, I import all the meshes separately with their own UVsets. then I start importing normal maps. If I import them separately they looks correctly, but I no need a bunch of layers with same name "Normalmap" it makes workflow little messy so i'd like to optimize this bunch and there are 2+ ways to do that: 1st one is to import other normal maps into the same layer, I did this in early version of 3dc, but 4.5.16 has issue about it. 2nd way is place all normal maps into the folder. But! both ways finds same issue: normal maps get messy uv seams, because of kind a smoothing algorithm. seems like the program is trying to smooth pixels between uv shells. Is good for all maps except of normal maps Is there a swith smoothing switcher somewhere? If it isn't make it please! Thanx!