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#1 Andrew West

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Posted 26 June 2018 - 03:19 PM

Perhaps I am missing something obvious but after much searching I still have not found a way to set a material ID color.  What I want to do is have the ID of my V-ray glass separated out in photoshop so that I can place a reflection on my  building very accurately.  Any clue how to do that?


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#2 Andrew West

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Posted 26 June 2018 - 03:49 PM

Finally.  After searching for another 45 minutes I found it.  For those out there that like to adjust their materials post production here it is: 

Go to the stand alone material editor

Advanced-Options-Color-ID color

This is an important feature that most people will find useful.  It should be noted that within Form.z there is no way that I have found to set the material ID.  You must save it as a V-ray material first and then use the Editor. 


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#3 Justin Montoya

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Posted 26 June 2018 - 05:45 PM

Thanks for sharing Andrew!

 

I think we should submit a request for this to be added into the Vray for FormZ plugin under the Material Parameters > V-Ray Material Type > Material Options


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Posted 01 July 2018 - 08:45 PM

I completely agree.  The material ID channel is critical to post production work no matter what your field is.  Every client likes to tweak the final materials and re rendering is a complete waste of time.  Form.z must implement a material color ID channel into the Form.z translated materials without having to translate it into a V-ray material first.  I will see what they say.

 






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