FBX importing without textures
I've been given an .fbx of a model created in 3DS Max to put into my Unreal project, but something happens that it loses all of the textures in the process. All of the geometry imports just fine, and all of the materials are there, but the diffuse map part of the textures have all been replaced with varying shades of Easter egg pastels. Now, I can fix it provided I go and reconnect the materials to the texture files one at a time, but I really shouldn't have to do that given that .fbx is a standardized file format. I've tried a whole bunch of different things to try to get the textures to come along for the ride, from monkeying with all the different import settings to just putting the file in the same folder as the textures and importing from there, but nothing works. Any idea what I'm doing wrong and how to fix it?
asked Mar 27 '18 at 10:43 PM in Everything Else
OK that is fine. so solutions you have some. Unreal uses OpenGL and DirectX for its graphics system. so the shaders from 3Ds max and the other DCC programs such as lambert, phong, and more are not directly compatible (I say this because of the datasmith stuff that came out) now you will notice that unreal uses deferred rending by default, so instead of defuse its albedo (or in the material editor base color) so options:
But my recommendation:
answered Mar 28 '18 at 03:10 AM
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