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16-08-2006, 12:09 AM
Hi, is it possible for err do you spell it Monte christo!?.. to make a forum for his training DVD like the one for the creature head please?
I have a problem already - It says to use the start file so every one is working on the same thing, but the images on the box in that file are alot lower res than the ones on the vid? whats all that about!
help would be appreciated
thanks to the guys at 3dtotal - doing a good job :wave:
16-08-2006, 12:26 PM
I had the same problem and to fix it I did:
Customize->Preferences->Viewports tab->Configure driver and on the Background texture size I selected "512". For the download texture size I selected "1024" with the option "match bitmap as close as possible" and in the Texel Lookup slot I selected "Linear". Then you simply restart max and it should be all good (It was for me). Hope that helps.
16-08-2006, 01:30 PM
oh yeah thanx :)
so whats texel lookup? ;)
17-08-2006, 12:30 AM
Damn, and here was I thinking I'd left nothing out... ;) Still, sounds like you've solved it now. It looks like that's a problem specific to max that doesn't get saved in the save file.
17-08-2006, 08:02 PM
So will there be a new forum made for peoples questions and progress like the one for the creature head?
and ermm.. the video 4 for the nose doesnt seems to work on mine - it says it has controls at the bottom but mine doesnt - it has no picture, just sound?
17-08-2006, 11:41 PM
I had the same problem also lol. So what I did was that I opened the html file with the video in it with dreamveawer and reinserted the swf file (from the dvd) in it and saved the new html file on my hard drive and when I opened it it worked fine.
This can probably be done with any other software.I can always send you the new html file that I have if you want, it should work.
Hope that helps
18-08-2006, 12:04 AM
haha thanks for the offer - i just done that part with the screenshots now though :)
this is defo the best modeling tutorial ever made ;)
18-08-2006, 01:14 AM
the best modeling tutorial ever made ;)
I can only agree!
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