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Subject: MAT Tiler Python script for Poser 12 now available!


Ken1171_Designs ( ) posted Mon, 20 February 2023 at 2:54 AM · edited Fri, 12 April 2024 at 10:59 PM

~MAT Tiler for Poser 12~

This is a Python script for Poser 12. Requires Poser 12.0.1029 or later.
Available at Renderosity and Poser Software stores.

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This is a tool to automate working with seamless textures in Poser. It offers easy tiling, with extra controls to compensate for non-uniform object scaling, auto-fixing texture stretching, and also texture offsetting to create texture variations or alignments. Here are some of the main features:

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You can tile seamless textures over multiple MAT zones, as shown below:

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We can auto-fix seamless texture stretching when objects are scaled non-uniformly. That is, scaling objects from individual axes, like Z scaling shown below. The tool automatically calculates the required parameters to remove the seamless texture distortions based on the object scaling.

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The auto-fixing of non-uniform scaling can be used (for example) to create a wall and pillar out of a cube by scaling it in specific axes as shown below. The tool can fix the seamless texture distortions automatically.

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And finally, the tool can also control texture offsetting on individual X, Y, and Z axes. Texture maps have only width and height, so the Z axis (depth) only applies to procedural shaders made with shader nodes. In the example below, we align the wall texture to the ground plane by shifting all textures from the material down by 10%.

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Texture offset can also be used to give different looks to materials that use the same textures, adding variety. This offers a complete workflow for tiling, fixing texture stretching, and offsetting all seamless textures from your materials with just a few clicks, without going to the Material Room.

For a full demonstration of all features, please watch the video below:


Available at Renderosity and Poser Software stores.


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