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Old 21-04-2006, 08:35 AM   #1
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Default Blurry image plane (Help!)

I am following the dog tutorial to create an image plane but I got a blurred image on the plane:



I am using polygon plane and the material is lambert. The picture i use is the one that comes with the dog tutorial zip file, the picture is clear, not as blur as the one on the screen shot. Can anyone tell me where's the problem? Thanks.

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Old 21-04-2006, 08:49 AM   #2
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The pic is a bit too big.

Anyway... To fix the prob ya'll have to go to

WINDOW>SETTINGS/PREFERENCES>PREFERENCES

In the window that comes up go to Display and then set the Veiwport textures option to maximum. This may slow down your CPU though.

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I already shrink the picture a bit, is it still to big?

I am using Maya 5 and I cannot find the option about the viewport textures.
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Here is a screenshot to help. I use Version 6 but the option should still be there (Or similar)
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If what some guy said is still happerning it could be the graphics card compatability issue . What card have you got?

Or, Just rememberd, increase the texture resolutiuon in the material attribute box.
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I cannot find similar option in Maya 5 but setting the texture resolution to highest works. Thanks guys.
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