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Old 11-17-2015, 01:39 PM
lklab lklab is offline
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How do IM\ make avatar textures two sided?

I created a 3d animated tree in 3ds max. I exported it fine with Cal3d except for the fact that the branch texture only appears on one side of the planes. If I export it as osgb it looks fine but lacks animation.

I see that there is a cullFace method that can swap which side of the plane has the texture but i can't disable it completely. (why??) likewise the inspector can turn it off but i have no way of saving it.

Any help would be much appreciated!!!
thanks!!
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Old 11-18-2015, 03:39 PM
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Currently changes made in Inspector can only be saved to OpenSceneGraph formats, but not avatars. To disable backface culling for the leafs, you would need to check the '2-sided' option in 'Shader Basic Parameters' in the object's material. You could also do this through the Vizard code:

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model.disable(viz.CULL_FACE)
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Old 11-18-2015, 04:03 PM
lklab lklab is offline
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Thanks so much Jeff.

The textures appear on both sides now, but looking from below the transparency still has a substantial outline. Any way to remedy this?
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