B3D Pipeline and Vertex Alpha in Max 6?Community Forums/Developer Stations/B3D Pipeline and Vertex Alpha in Max 6?
I recently saw this example of vertex alpha:
"Vertex Alpha Demo: Texture Transition"
It is just about 1/2 down the screen.
Anyway I am just wondering if anyone has done something similar but in 3ds max using vertex paint and the b3d pipeline plugins? I have tried but just cant get it to look like the example that world creator coded, having never used vertex alpha before I am at a bit of a loss :)
Here are some shots from the game Lineage 2 which has the option to turn off and on texture filtering, which shows pretty well what I am trying to achieve and avoid :)
Maybe it doesent need vertex alpha at all?
| You will have to use vertex alpha (as ALE does).|
Maybe you should consider using ALE or ask about b3dpipeline/max on the b3dpipeline forum:
| vertex alpha means double poly count for each texture?|
How this is done in ale?
| It doesn't mean double. You don't use polys where the texture doesn't appear at all. That's what ALE does. Quite clever. |