Author Topic: Override material preserve opacity maps  (Read 14702 times)

2015-10-28, 01:30:32
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mtanasiewicz

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2016-05-08, 18:47:33
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2017-06-09, 16:02:04
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mtanasiewicz

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One of the topics have been marked as resolved, but the respect opacity maps function still isn't present in 1.6. Ondra said 1.5 is believable. I'm waiting for this really simple thing for a long long time... Is it dead?

2017-06-09, 20:05:19
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nope, will be done
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2020-06-29, 02:39:04
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+1 for opacity map in override preserve list?

In Arch Viz rendering it would seem logical that you can use an override material and preserve the silhouette and correct shadowing of the scene. Such as opacity mapped screens and leaves. 
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2021-11-10, 17:53:54
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Here +1 too

I'm dealing with a complex building with perforated sheets of different sizes, and the client wants both standard and override renderings.
Unfortunately in Corona 7 this feature is still missing.

2021-11-10, 22:59:51
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I was JUST needing this.

+1 here too