Skybox

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  • #31213

    john lam
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    I was wondering if you could add mip maps to existing images? Also I opened up your skybox.pvr in the skybox2 example and was wondering how you got rid of the edges? Can you get rid of them in PVRTexTool?

    #36988

    dgu
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    Hello John
    it already contain mipmaps,
    I believe that you will have to cut the edge using your photoshop to prepare your custom skybox,and then using the textool gui do the proper operation , take the same setting provided by the original anyway.

    regards
    david

    #36989

    dgu
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    there is in the command line way to setup width and height (the size of the image) ,cutting the edge but it s better to do a proper one no?

    #36990

    john lam
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    I was just wondering how they actually smoothed out the edges for the map to look more natural? So was this done using third party software then?

    Thanks
    John

    #36991

    dgu
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    yes i think so, baking texture or setting them up properly in the correct format , with in head what can do PVTTextool for you is a good thinks to avoid surprises….or big complication.By my side , i render to texture and use ambiant occlusion with 3ds max , that is really good and add nice feel on device.I rarely see probs with the pvrtextool since the latest release.

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