Learn how to render object textures to bitmap files.
- [Instructor] The new bake to texture window … gives us the ability to rasterize maps … and save them as bitmaps for compatibility … with other applications such as game engines. … The new bake to texture window … replaces the old render to texture workflow. … Bake to texture supports multiple renderers … including Arnold, the scan line renderer, and V Ray, … and it also supports the surface map output … from editable poly. … However bake to texture … does not currently support Quicksilver. … I'll be using Arnold to render out various maps. … Let's check in on the Arnold render settings. … The resolution doesn't matter because were going to set that … in the bake to texture window. … In the Arnold renderer tab, I've disabled the rays … for diffuse and specular bounces. … I'm just going to be rendering out the maps … and no lighting, so if I turn those off, … then the bake process will go faster. … And in the system tab, I have legacy 3DS max … and map support enabled so that we won't have …
AuthorAaron F. Ross
Skill Level Intermediate
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