Playing with the PBR materials in WIP, I’m not seeing individual slots to drop the different types of textures - displacement, normal etc, am I missing something?
only the color channel has the option. all the others have a check box but nothing else.
example: if I have a bump map (normal) where do I put it?
I watched the latest tutorial ( I believe) with the toy gun but no actual demonstration of grabbing the files from the texture site and setting up the materials in rhino.
I tried the “Create Physically Based material from texture files” option. Using a Substance SBSAR file and the Thea Substance converter program gives me two outputs, one for Thea materials and a folder containing separate image files.I used these file to create the PBR material for use in Rhino. All I had to do was select all of the images in the folder at one time, follow the prompts and it worked.
Hi Scott, im using Rhino 7 since some days, i used to work with the SubD tools in WIP and im glad you guys made it ;-) anyway I struggle at the moment with this PBR materials, i made everything like in your youtube channel Kyle Houchens or Phil Cook, but there is no realy bump or displacement occuring and it doesnt metter if i try with the PBR materials or with the Substance (sbsar) everything is as flat as the globe no idea what I^m doing wrong.
You can see the pics and hopefully help
thx in advance
Good morning, great job!. I have some doubts about importing external libraries (Quixel megascan surfaces). There is an option to export to external folders and it would be fun to import and create tons of pbr materials automatically in Rhinoceros.
Would it be possible to import the materials with the folder name as the material name? Currently it assigns the name of the first layer ‘albedo’ or must be changed manually.
Also, it could automatically recognize and generate the materials that are included in the subfolders, I think it would be easier to work with them (similar to unreal engine loading process).
Converting these quixel materials from subfolders to pbr rhino materials, automatically.
They way it currently works is to take one or more Zip folders with PBR texture sets and drag and drop them into a Rhino viewport. You’ll get asked what channels to put the textures in as the materials get created in the Materials panel. You can do this with multiple zip files at once too.
If you’d like a different loading procedure make a new post in a new thread here on the forum in the Rendering category and supply a sample folder structure with a few texture sets in it to explain what you’ll be starting with. We can file the feature request or it may be possible for one of the rendering devs to make a script to do what you’d like already.