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  1. Hi all I am trying to figure out how to do transfer of uvs (with correct seams) from low poly geometry to hi. Example workflow (works for me in Maya) and to the point I’m stuck in Houdini. Take hi res 3D scan > do poly reduce (gets low poly) > do auto uv > transfer UV to high poly. now this for me works all the way to attribute transfer (vertex uv) but uv edges (seams) are not transferred. I tried transferring uv_seams edge group (and it works to some point) but just can’t get those clean UV islands as in low poly. I must be missing something simple but I can’t figure it out. thanks for help
  2. Hello guys, i think this is a peculiar problem I have to "fuse" 2 meshes and VDB looks just perfect for the job. The 1st mesh is an orange (alembic) and it have some perfect UVs. What I did is a simple vdb setup to combine the 2 meshes + an attribute transfer to get the uvs from the orange but, unfortunatelly, it looks like some of the polygons are still connected in some parts where it shouldn't be. Does anyone knows a solution for this? I can't share the original scene so I've recreated it in a simple way. The original one have a face to mix with the orange. here's the images + scene file (with abc) in case someone can have a look at it Thx again, Alvaro UVs Transfer Problem.rar
  3. Hello dear community, I am just writing a little Python sop that can Unwrap a polycurve like a uvtexture node does on a nurbs curve with [Arc Length Spline] setup. My question is, what is the attribute name of the uv coordinate? I tried uv and uv[1] as its shown on the spreadsheet. Does anybody know the answer? Best wishes, Nicolas
  4. VDB maintain UVs

    Hello All, I am using VDBs to combine geometry and I am interested in a way of maintaining specific attributes from the two input geometries. Currently I have two poly objects which are being converted to VDBs and then combined using VDB combine and then converted back to polys using VDB convert. What I want is to be able to identify which polygons on the resulting combined/converted object comes from which input object and also maintain their respective UVs. I have had some success with using the second input of the convertVDB node to transfer attributes. Using this method however, I am only able to maintain some of the objects attributes, not all. I've attached some images and a file to demonstrate my issue. In the attached file I have three objects; Base, Add Sphere and Sub Sphere. All objects contain UVs and an ID attribute (tmp1), they are all converted to VDBs then combined using VDBcombine nodes. Finally the resulting VDB is converted to polys using convertVDB. When both original sphere are input into the second input, the UVs and ID attributes are transferred correctly however the Base object is not. When all three objects are input into the second input of the convertVDB, only the Base and one sphere's attributes are transferred correctly. I have tried several different combinations and methods of making this work to no avail, but it feels like I'm so close if I can get all three objects to transfer the attributes correctly, just not all at the same time. It is possible to use two convertVDB nodes, one with the two spheres in the second input and the second with all three objects in the second input, then deleting the problem polys from either (using the ID attribute) and then merging the two together, but this is not very ideal. In the image on the left you can see the results of the convertVDB using only the two spheres as the second input, the middle image is when using all three objects (base, add_sphere and sub_sphere), and the right is an image of all three input objects showing their UVs. I am new to VDBs so I was hoping someone might have some alternative methods or could point me in the right direction. Thank you all in advance! Cheers, -Mat VDB_attributes.hip
  5. Hi, I've been trying for a while to render to UVs, but with no success. Rendering the constant shader to UVs works fine, but any other shader just fails (clay, stone, ect). Only the polygons that are seen by the camera get rendered, the rest is just black/shadowed. Any idea on why this is happening? Thanks in advance
  6. Hi everyone, as the title says: I am importing a digital asset into Maya with Houdini Engine and, while everything seems to work kinda ok, the UVs are somehow different (and wrong) in Maya. I can't post the original scene for it is a production scene but basically I just have a bunch of tubes with polycaps and their relative UVs. I've attached a self explenatory image. Does anybody knows why is this happening?If so how can I fix it? Thanks everyone Cheers
  7. Hi guys, Doing with my first steps learning this marvelous software :-) I was under the impression that CARVE SOP will slice/cut our meshes (even imported ones) following the information derived from UVs. But now I see that this assumption was wrong… I understood what Carve does when using on Sweeps, Lofts, Birails… stuff created inside Houdini. On a next step, I decided to do some tests using Alembic geometry imported from Modo. My first results were great, because I imported some basic figures, like a thorus or a tube (and at these stage I will continue thinking that slice operation should be derived from imported UVs). But now, using a more complex imported geometry/UVs, I get unexpected results… Now I suspect that Carve Slice operation is derived from internal point order structure and not UV map. My question: is there some SOP or (relatively simple) procedure to apply a slice operation, like the ones produced by Carve, but derived from UVs information? I would like to get something like this mockup, slicing geometry through green and red lines that would be pairs of U and V coords, like the Carve SOP: Unfortunately, this is what I really get: Thanks for your help! :-)
  8. I import model from maya in *.obj with uv to houdini. Then export model in *.obj from houdini and open in maya. if uv was vertex type, then in maya all uvs are cut separate. If uvs was point type, then all uvs are conected.. uv are broken in all variants How I can export model from houdini and hold original uvs?????
  9. Hello, I am not sure it is a proper subforum, but... I have this situation: I modelled a path using curves and sweep SOP. The curve is resampled with even segments, thus my path have them as well. The polys making my path are more or less rectangular. Next, I assign UVs to the path using UVTexture (Rows and Columns setting). Now, I want to know hot to do several things: 1. Have each rectangular segment of my path take up all UV space. 2. Have each rectangular segment of my path take one UV space, assigned by primitive number. 3. Have a UVs looking like a strip of rectangles, with my path segments falling to one of those strip parts based on a rule (like rand($PR)) Now, how to achieve that? Thank you
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