UV Image Viewer

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Hi,
Do I miss it for years or is it really missing?
If you would like to see your imported texture in Karma Material Builer, I would welcome to have something like
a texture viever in all other programs.

Maybe I really miss it, but I could not find it.

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Maybe you could use a File COP inside a copnet to load a texture and view it in the Composite View.
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Maybe you could use a File COP inside a copnet to load a texture and view it in the Composite View.

Hi,

Thanks for your input.
Yes this might work, but it's not very user friendly. I guess there is no other 3D software missing this feature.

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If you open the file browser for the texture image parameter on the VOP node, in the lower left corner you'll see a button called "Preview". If you have a file selection, it'll launch mplay with that file.
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If you open the file browser for the texture image parameter on the VOP node, in the lower left corner you'll see a button called "Preview". If you have a file selection, it'll launch mplay with that file.
It was there all that time and never noticed it ^^ Thanks !
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If you open the file browser for the texture image parameter on the VOP node, in the lower left corner you'll see a button called "Preview". If you have a file selection, it'll launch mplay with that file.


Hi,

ok, I see this preview button. But it would be much more useful if we would have a image viewer in houdini like all other 3d Apps.
i.e, if we click the MTLX image node in the karma material builder, it would be nice to have a viewer which shows the
resulting image.

Thanks Tom
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