Allegorithmic Bitmap2Material v3.0.1.14565 Retail Win/Mac

Bitmap2Material v3

Allegorithmic Bitmap2Material v3.0.1.14565 Retail Win/Mac

Bitmap2Material is an incredibly powerful tool that helps you generate full, seamlessly tiling materials from any bitmap image, right within your favorite DCC tool and game engine*. This now includes all PBR (Physically-Based Rendering) channels, based on the most accurate conversion algorithm out there.

High quality outputs
Bitmap2Material lets you extract all the possible maps from a single image: this now includes PBR channels such as base color (or albedo), metallic, roughness but also normal, height, specular, curvature, AO etc.

Unique Features
Adjust highlights and shadows
This allows you to create the base color (or albedo) for PBR and can be done in just a few clicks.

Remove seams
Bitmap2Material provides the ability to make any material tile. You do not need to care anymore about making your photography tile, B2M takes care of it for you. You can choose between 2 modes of tiling: offset or splat.

Generate the metallic Map
Easily obtain a metallic map from the image using simple tools, or an input mask. This feature is essential when working in PBR.

Full Control over microsurface
Control and adjust the finest details of your material thanks to the comprehensive set of parameters exposed by B2M. This includes adjusting the generated roughness map, for PBR.

Shape Recognition
Bitmap2Material is the only map extractor which can keep the original shapes of your picture among all your maps.

Grunge maps
Change the look&feel of your material with one of the 15 embedded grunge maps, or use one of your own.

Homepage:_www.allegorithmic.com/products/bitmap2material

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S_Mann 28 October 2014 20:28
Is there KGEN?
How to install???
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Maxo 29 October 2014 13:01
do not need to keygen!
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S_Mann 29 October 2014 19:40
Thanks Maxo!
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S_Mann 30 October 2014 07:23
Still having a PROB - in Windows XP (32 bit)
Installer has a 32 bit option and does install
but it won't run!
What am I doing wrong?
Any suggestions?

Thanks
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Maxo 30 October 2014 10:16
Windows 7 x64bit Working with Direct3D.
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