Recently I was creating a multi-texturing shader file able to output 2 UV channels. The purpose of this is to be able to combine the 2 images and mapping it onto separate channels in 3ds max. I managed to achieve the first part of combining the 2 textures(getting the multi-texturing effect), but I did not manage to separate it into 2 UV channels to use in max.
-Applying the multi-texturing.fx on a cube
-Relaxing the cube to change it from a 3D shape to a flat map
-Editing the UV mapping coordinates of 1 part of the map(1 side of the cube) to cause a different "look" for that side of the cube
-Desired Outcome: 1 side of the cube appears different from the others
-Currently, if I try to edit 1 side of the cube, it either does not change at all, or all 6 faces of the cube changes with it.
-This is caused by the UV channel 2 (from the second image) is the same as UV channel 1(from the first image)
float4 Pos : POSITION;
float4 TexCoord : TEXCOORD0;
float4 TexCoord2: TEXCOORD1;
Currently, I am trying to find a way to achieve multi-texturing while being able to control both UV(the first and second image). Anyone have a solution for this? Thanks in advance!
Edited by Desperate-, 16 October 2012 - 03:39 AM.