The update adds a new Physical Size system and a Cloth Weave generator, which allows you to create custom-woven fabrics with personalized colors.
Adobe has released Substance 3D Sampler 3.2, a new and improved version of their picture-to-3D material tool, previously known as Substance Alchemist. The updated version of the software brings a new Physical Size system, allowing a consistent display across apps, a Cloth Weave generator, and the ability to export custom metadata to .sbs(ar) files.
The Physical Size system allows you to measure and set the size of your material manually or use the auto-measure feature if your image already contains DPI information. Once set, the physical size will adapt automatically whenever you tweak your material. The system allows you to work with both square and non-square scans and samples and maintain the physical size in both cases.
What's more, the update improves the metadata workflow by introducing the ability to add custom metadata to a user-authored asset. Metadata can also now be exported to .sbs and .sbsar files, including existing description, category, author, tags, and custom metadata.
But the highlight of the update is, without a doubt, a new Cloth Weave generator, which allows you to create custom-woven fabrics with personalized colors using the Drawing features of Substance 3D Sampler. You can work with either predefined patterns or create your own by painting the warps and wefts.
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