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Unable to bake either in B39 or B40

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Anybody else having issues with baking?

Even with a simple primitives cube created in the retopo room, seams marked and unwrapped, then retopo mesh copied to sculpt room to provide a baking target,

3D Coat simply shuts down without error messages (both B39 and B40 versions)

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Edited by pattanner
Sorry meant to post in 2021 Open Beta test

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Hi

Testing B40, i can bake without any issues.

Please try again turning off Zup_coordinates.

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After testing(B40), I have the same issue.
In V4, it is baked fine with the same option.

2021_Bake test.3b
▲ Test file


Edit 1)
I tested it on two different computers [ Bake W/ Normal map (Per-Pixels) ]
The baking process window will not appear and will immediately turn off.

Edit 2)
In V4, this message appears, but the baking proceeds fine.159862390_2021-04-07231405.jpg.6bcee45006650a087024d1062717e000.jpg
 

Edited by Yousung

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Sculpt layers Beta on V4 it is not compatible with B39/40.

Some projects are probably not compatible either in between versions.

It is better to finish them in the version in which they were started.

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Testing was first performed on the B40 version.

Crush happened and then I tried it on the V4 version.

There seems to be something wrong with the beta version of the baking.

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1 hour ago, Carlosan said:

Hi

Testing B40, i can bake without any issues.

Please try again turning off Zup_coordinates.

Tried with z-Up disabled, same issue - immediate shutdown of 3D coat.

Also not a layers issue as its a cube primitive created in B40.

No issues baking in 4.9.72

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To report this bug send support-related questions at

support@3dcoat.com

and

andrewshpagin@gmail.com

Thanks

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