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OK. But I remind you that across three months a new version will be released. Then you have to download it again.Janus wrote:If anyone is still interested, I have put the file up.
The thing is that illegal content is often spread through torrents. In torrents as such and in the program uTorrent there is nothing dangerous.CM1215 wrote:I kinda want what Janus wants. I love what you did, but I don't like the torrent files. I don't trust the program that is necessary to use such files...my antivirus program picks it up as a threat.
WTFI am one of those people who decline to partake in the game of torrents.
John Van Vliet wrote:I am one of those people who decline to partake in the game of torrents.
the GAME of ??????
there are a ton on NON copyright infringing files -- if that is your issue
including THIS TORRENT!!!!
if not, then WHAT is your problem with a GREAT protocol that MINIMIZES network overload and distributes the network connections and prioritizes the ones that are physically nearest to you
It's possible, but does it make sense? Uranus is almost without noticeable details.CM1215 wrote:A Uranus Surface Texture of at least 2k (If possible)
I very much want this model myself! But unfortunately so far NASA has not provided anything.CM1215 wrote:A 3d Iapetus model (again, if possible)
Sources were is 2k. More qualitative specimens that would not destroy the naturalness, I did not come across.CM1215 wrote:Your 2k textures of Ariel, Umbriel, Titania, and Oberon are probably my favorite part of this addon. Would it be possible to make the textures 4k?
Yes, I know about this model and specifically did not take it. Beside the purpose.CM1215 wrote:Ah well...these 2k textures will do until there are better textures available. Also, If you want a 3d model of Iapetus, Fenerit has made a model, but it only includes the equatorial ridge, and it cannot have both a texture and a normalmap. You can find it here: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=14325&p=117849&hilit=iapetus+3d+cmod#p117849
Maybe so, but I could not do it any other way.CM1215 wrote:Another thing. The fictional side of your texture of Oberon is too bright compared to the known areas. It makes it look unnatural.
"only good Uranus texture maps" Can you specify what texture is being discussed?CM1215 wrote:One last thing. On the only good Uranus texture maps, the poles are a brownish color, which is not what I see in the Voyager 2 images, where the poles appear to be a lighter blue than the rest of the surface. I would love to see a Uranus texture map with the poles being a light blue.
If you look closely, the photo also has barely noticeable stripes.CM1215 wrote:I was hoping there was a texture without these bands.
We will improve it a little.CM1215 wrote:I'll learn to live with that map.
Well, I'll take a look. Although I did not plan to add a separate cloud layer to gas giants.CM1215 wrote:Here it is:UranusCloudsLow.zip
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