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gptex reads a geometry file and generates a ptexture file containing an image for each face in the geometry.
You can specify image files for each face on the command line, or use the
-f option to specify a text file containing an image file name on each line.
gptex geofile ptexfile [imagefile ...]
gptex -f map_list_file geofile ptexfile
The geometry file must contain four sided polygons.
The image files must be power of 2 in their resolution.
All image files must have the same number of color channels and storage type (for example, if one image is 8 bit RGB, all images must be 8 bit RGB).
(Verbose) Print information about progress.
Read individual face textures from the a text file.
== Examples ===
ptexture file for a cube with the 6 image files specified:
gptex box.geo box.ptx face0.pic face1.exr face2.tif face3.pic face4.png face5.pic
ptexture file for a more complicated model, using the file
maplist.txt to specify the
filenames for each face texture, printing progress information to
gptex -v -f maplist.txt model.bgeo model.ptx