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texture2Particles 2.0.0 for Maya (maya script)

creates a particle grid through a file-texture

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  • 2009, 2008, 8.x, 7.x, 6.x

Operating Systems

  • Irix
  • Linux
  • Mac
  • Windows


Last Modified:03/17/2009
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  • anthonymcgrath

    anthonymcgrath said over 11 years ago:

    works great on maya 2010 - simple and straight fwd - great work! :)
  • angel das

    angel das said almost 12 years ago:

    hi , I am creating one nurbs surface and applying white text texture with black background , and the applying this script but nothing happening ,, pls direct me I am using maya 2011 is that problem?
  • Ali_as hasan

    Ali_as hasan said over 14 years ago:

    sample scenes "texture particle" or, html pages.. here highen3d
  • dieterhuster

    dieterhuster said over 15 years ago:

  • Dave Girard

    Dave Girard said over 15 years ago:

    Mac versions works perfectly too. cool script. gonzifroni - put the script in ~/Library/Preferences/Autodesk/maya/2008/prefs/scripts/ and then restart Maya. open the command line and type "texture2Particles" and hit control-enter and the t2P interface will pop up.
  • residentcoppa

    residentcoppa said over 15 years ago:

    Is this supposed to work in xp 64 bit ?
  • phil.savard

    phil.savard said over 15 years ago:

    Would it be possible to create particle from a mapped texture file.. ? say I have a texture map around a sphere and would like to create particle from that..
  • gonzifroni

    gonzifroni said about 16 years ago:

    Hello Boris, I'm on osx, trying to use this promising tool, could you post some instructions on how to use this step by step, for example to create the sample you made with the HIGH text(ure)? thanks and best, Gon
  • borisb

    borisb said over 17 years ago:

    Thanks. I inreased the Max Sample Rate to 100. Feel free to increase it further more to your needs, the variable is called "$resolutionMax". But be aware that it can take some time to calculate the particles with a dense sample rate. Best, Boris
  • bradon

    bradon said over 17 years ago:

    I really like this script it seems easy to use. It seems to only yield a max density of 50 x 50. Is there an easy way to overide this to give a larger sample quality?

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