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Octane Displacement LOD Missing ?

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Hey there, I was following a tut and went to load a greeble expecting to increase the LOD as the tut below

 

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However once I loaded the texture it just went back to add displacement  below???

 

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Any help for this ultranoob moment would be appreciated

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Retitled for accuracy / moved to correct section

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Please take care to post in the right section, which is not Forum Problems ! Furthermore, this is a problem with an Octane Material, and as that doesn't come with Cinema 4D you need that in the post title, and it should be in the Octane section so that only people who have that and can help need look at it...

 

I don't have Octane, so cannot help in this instance unfortunately. You should also put what version you have of the renderer - the version of Cinema doesn't make a difference to a TPR material AFAIK...

 

CBR

 

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  • Apologies, did not realize this was Octane specific. I am using OctaneRender-for-C4D-V4.05-R7

     

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    Have you tried a different texture? Different texture format? What does the material look like in the node editor?

     

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  • On 1/7/2020 at 3:42 AM, DasFrodo said:

    Have you tried a different texture? Different texture format? What does the material look like in the node editor?

    I was able to get it to work using standard c4d material instead of Octane material

     

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