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Guest dvalent
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  • Hi all, ive been surfing around the forum for a while now and finally i get the chance to post my very first question

    Im trying to bake a brick texture but i guess im doing something wrong

    here the original texture rendered

    the baked ones

    and my settings for the bake objct options

    the brick are a material made with c4d and they are projected in cubic mode..

    Thanks, and keep on the good work!

    Cipo

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  • did you put the path in before you baked it?

    because i found that if i dont put path it doesnt bake.

    then i put in a path and it bakes fine

    (i can see that the path is there in sceenshot but you could have put that after)

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  • yes the path is there.. any other ideas? im pretty sure it has to be something to do with the settings mf_bookread.gif

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  • settings look fine to me.

    do you want to post the scene file and ill have a look.

    the original texture image looks like it has the baked image in it

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  • Heres the file, i also added an image of how the site looks with AO. Thats the reason why i want to bake the whole thing so i can have an animation

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  • Did anybody manage to find a solution?

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