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#1
Image Sharing / Re: Tint
Last post by Stormlord - Today at 05:58:00 AM
This perspective looks great with the birds below.
But overall is much to dark!!! TOO DARK !!!

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The Terragen Tut Videos are great!
Last years I followed the same Tut.

https://planetside.co.uk/forums/index.php/topic,30637.msg298328.html#msg298328

STORMLORD
#2
Image Sharing / Re: Tint
Last post by Dune - Today at 02:00:46 AM
Very useful indeed. Nice!
#3
Terragen Discussion / Re: Is it possible for TG to e...
Last post by Kevin Kipper - July 18, 2024, 07:27:17 PM
Using the Python script, we were able to export a vdb sequnce of an Easy Cloud, then load the vdb files into a third party 3d package.  Here's an example of the test we made.  The top row is the animated cloud layer in Terragen and the bottom row is the vdb assets loaded into another 3d application.

30838_VDB_Sequence_Export_Test.JPG
#4
Image Sharing / Tint
Last post by Doug - July 18, 2024, 08:27:19 AM
I just found Tint.
So now i'm doing tinted forests.
#5
Terragen Discussion / Re: Is it possible for TG to e...
Last post by gao_jian11 - July 17, 2024, 11:15:06 PM
Thanks Kevin Kipper, looks like I still need to learn a bit of Python. but I found what is probably a bug. In an Easy cloud, I rendered the first frame and the hundredth frame separately in tg, the clouds are changing. But I right click on the exported vdb and observe in ue that they all look like the first frame, it seems that the exported vdb in Easy cloud are all the first frame. I did not test cloud layer 2 and 3, I will test them later.

#6
Terragen Discussion / Re: Is it possible for TG to e...
Last post by Kevin Kipper - July 17, 2024, 12:39:01 PM
Matt wrote a script to export a vdb sequence using Python and Terragen's command line render features.  The following link to the script was posted on the Terragen Discord forum channel: https://gist.github.com/mfairclough/467e5e328912d6b556e2179188ed3ba5

Hope this helps.

#7
Terragen Discussion / Is it possible for TG to expor...
Last post by gao_jian11 - July 17, 2024, 07:36:41 AM
Is it possible for TG to export animated vdb sequences?
In the last few days I've seen that the new version of ue5.4 supports vdb functionality, and the dynamic vdb generated by software like EmberGen performs amazingly well in ue. tg4 can't export vdb for dynamic sequences right now, so it would be very exciting to have this functionality.
#8
Terragen Support / Re: How can I reduce the rende...
Last post by zhy - July 17, 2024, 05:19:15 AM
    Thank you, Matt, for your reply. I saw the Terragen sky, and then the sky paint function looks very cool. I'm not sure when it will be available, but I'm looking forward to it .
#9
Image Sharing / Re: Lupine River Bridge (redon...
Last post by Stormlord - July 16, 2024, 07:16:02 AM
Very nice!
Like it...

STORMLORD
#10
Image Sharing / Re: render
Last post by Beep the Meep - July 12, 2024, 02:52:40 PM
Quote from: Doug on July 12, 2024, 11:58:42 AMThat's cool.
The far away building platform thing is awesome.
Did you make it?
The dark redish foreground came out really good.

the foreground and midground is terragen, the background is an image composited in photoshop