Author Topic: Material Library / Management  (Read 1249 times)

2021-11-02, 22:22:45

shoebu23

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Hello Forum!

Simple question-- what do you all recommend in terms of the best way to save out highly-tailored Corona Materials into a beautiful, easy-to-use library?  I don't need a crazy asset management system-- really just materials.

Ideally, it would be something that would automatically scoop the texture-maps and re-save them in a folder structure automatically.  I've used KStudio and design connector in the past a bit-- but wasn't sure what's good out there these days.  I NEED to stop re-creating the same materials over and over again and/or importing models just to grab textures.

Cheers!

2021-11-03, 07:44:24
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James Vella

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Easy way in 3dsmax is make Material libraries.

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If you are looking for a something a little more comprehensive Siger is a great 3rd party tool as well.

2021-11-21, 20:30:59
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adityapermana

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heyy Forum im not found CoronaPortalMtl in my Corona Library,, Can anyone Help me? I'm using Corona 6 for 3dsmax

2021-11-22, 16:20:41
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TomG

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There are no Corona Portals any more, they are no longer required due to the Adaptive Sampler that was introduced in Corona 6. See the release blog at https://blog.corona-renderer.com/corona-renderer-6-for-3ds-max-released/

2021-12-01, 04:43:57
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cjwidd

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Siger, love it