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Texture Assignment in new Node System

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I bought some materials from textures.com. Those aren't compiled materials. I bought the individual flat maps. I want to use them in the new C4D node system. Can anyone tell me if the assignments are correct?


This seems clear to me:
_albedo = color in the BSDF node
_height = goes to the displacement node > then to the displacement port in the material node


Here the usage and meaning is not so clear to me. Also the difference between the two.
_roughness = roughness in the BSDF node
_normal = normal in the BSDF node


Which is the correct port for this one?
_ao = is it intensity?
this is how I would describe the texture: Pre baked ambient occlusion to darken and intensify cracks, grooves and so on. Would that be a correct description?


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