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  • Angelina_Artelia

    It looks like this option is lost, was it replaced or transferred? 

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  • James

    Interesting, thanks! It's probably not something we're going to implement on the short term.

    However, I believe we use the "multiply" blending mode to mix vertex colors with diffuse/albedo/base color, so if you make the vertex colors white everywhere that you will have a texture, it should not affect the final color.

    By the way, I notice you're using quite a lot of post-processing filters on your models. These filters are very "expensive" in terms of model performance, especially Bloom, SSAO, and SSR. In this model, for example, the Bloom and SSAO aren't really doing much for you, so I would recommend disabling them: https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/celen-beat-covid-19-fea6d1aa9aa94457826721be6db58008

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  • James

    Not at the moment. Can you share more about your use case?

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  • James

    Haha yes they are. I think we all tend to be a bit "trigger happy" with the filters :)

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  • xraysatellites

    Thank you reply :)
    In my case, I put my textured character (it has vertex color too for Memo)  to the simple pedestal it colored by the vertex coloer, no UV.

    then, I use vertex color setting, My textured character bleed the memo vertex color on texture.

    So, I just want to turn off that character only.

     

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  • xraysatellites

    Can I change vertex color setting per object?

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  • xraysatellites

    thank you for reply and advice.
    I turned off those. Tuning those effects are super fun, so I might did too much. XD

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  • emiliogil88

    Would it be possible to export the vertex color to a texture file?
    I am trying to use ZapWorks studio, but cant make to import the model with the color

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  • James

    Hi there,

    If you do not see the option, it means the model does not have vertex colors.

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  • James

    Hi there,

    I don't have much experience with it, but I think you could use software like Blender or MeshLab to UV unwrap a model and "bake" vertex colors into a texture.

     

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  • James

    We support the Alpha channel in vertex colors, so yes you could probably use it for hair.

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  • pixel-ninja

    Can vertex colors be used to drive transparency levels for hair cards? Inner most geometry = less transparent?

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