Does the map baker support multimple materials on the source object by any chance? I have a ground plane with lots of rocks on top and each roch has different materials. I wanted to bake all into a one texture set , but the result was broken.
I have used the quickmaterial node to create all the materials what I needed ,and its not in the chain. I use this just to generate the matnet and the shaders. The material linking is happening with an attributecreate node with using the shop_materialpath attribute and a randomizer. After all my model parts have a random material I merge them together and generating a low poly version. The low poly version is one shell only. I use the maps baker after that. the texture source is the high poly one coming from the merge directly. In render all looks fine , just the baking is not working for some reason. If you could help me that would be amazing ! Thanks for the demo files , I`ll have a look
Edit : my bad IT WORKS !
Edited by AnikoMesterhazyRenner - Nov. 3, 2020 13:55:26
Hey, I don't know if anyone else is running into this, I've been searching for anyone with a similar issue but haven't found anything.
I'm trying to make some tiling textures with the maps baker and I've been getting errors along the upper and right side edges when trying to bake floating meshes to a flat quad.
This is the bake result:
and this is the setup I have:
I have everything setup with basically default settings except I turned up the max trace range.
I was wondering if this was a setup error on my end and if I could fix it or if it was something in the baker that was causing it to sample outside the quad's dimensions and result in the artifacts along the top right edges.
I really love the node though and hope I can get these issues sorted!
That looks like it has something to do with UVs. Double check you don't have any weird unexpected overlaps in your low poly UVs, and to be sure also update Labs to the latest version, and drop down a new instance of the baker.
If that's not it, please send that file to support and I'll take a look for you.