View Full Version : (SOLVED!)Cot bedding showing up very bright ingame
21st Dec 2008, 5:02 AM
I made a cot bedding texture today, and it was going along well. But when I loaded it in-game, the cot bedding texture was much brighter than the changing tables bedding texture.
SO basically, why isn't the bedding in the cot the same as the bedding on the changing table? I used the same fabric texture for both of them, so I don't see why this should be happening.
Thanks in advance.
21st Dec 2008, 8:29 AM
Have a look at the Material Definition for each part of the two packages, they have different values.
You must change the values of the changing table to match the bedding of the crib.
21st Dec 2008, 10:56 PM
Ok, I'm in Material Definition in the cots package, but I have no idea what values I am looking for. Help! What next?
22nd Dec 2008, 6:16 AM
Okay! I've taken screenshots:
This is the MMAT of the crib
I've added a green square around the values you need to change in the changing table
This is the MMAT of the Changing Table:
In the red square, you can see that the values are totally different than in the MMAT of the crib. Just replace the values by the green ones and 'Commit'
Save the package and test in game!
22nd Dec 2008, 10:30 AM
The cot is still just as bright as it was before. I didn't describe my problem enough before, I meant how can I change the cot so it is the same brightness as the table. Using your info, I just used the MMAT's of the table for the crib. Have I done some thing wrong? The only difference I found was that the stdMatSpecCoef was not the same as yours. What have I done wrong? Thanks for your help!
22nd Dec 2008, 12:58 PM
Do the opposite. In MMAT change the values of the bedding of the crib to match the values of the changing table.
deprecatedStdMatInvDiffuseCoeffMultiplier: 1 turn the value to 1.2
stdMatDiffCoef: 1,1,1 turn the values to 0.8,0.8,0.8
and so on....
22nd Dec 2008, 10:34 PM
Actually, probably best to leave the StdMatAlphaTestEnabled as it is in each object. You'll probably get unexpected side effects changing that. :)
23rd Dec 2008, 1:15 AM
Well, that was what I did Maylin, but it still didn't work. Then Echo said not to touch StdMatAlphaTestEnabled so I remade it doing what both of you said, and it worked! Thanks so much!
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