As the simplest of methods, allow the user to choose between sRGB and linear color space when exporting textures. The current convention per channel could stay in as the default but the user should have control to cange it if desired.
Also, open exr should always be in linear space by default, no matter if the texture is based on a color or greyscale channel. Right now, exporting the diffuse / base color will result in an open exr with sRGB profile. (!)
Ultimately, something like OCIO implementation would be great.19 votes
Similar to when using Maya, something like hit spacebar to maximise that view then spacebar again to go back.
I found myself doing a lot of window resizing when using the program and thought this would be a nice feature to not have to keep re-jigging the layout.55 votes
This node would allow to link mesh info to the graph, and would auto generate/bake mesh information textures accordingly to where you plug them.
For example if you have a weather node that requires the AO and the curvature, you just plug the mesh input and the maps will be generated (if not already there).
It would be very handy for reusing a graph wit ha new geometry.41 votes
It will be indirectly feasible with the future updates of the python API
its a frustrating extra couple of clicks to open the full color picker, and the color picker in the attributes tab is a bit useless, only being hue and brightness - we often want shades of gray.
the detailed color picker is also not great, and requires a poke before the hue slider loads its graphic.7 votes
Would it be possible to make the nodes using custom parameters more clearly visible when using the Using Custom Parameter search function of the Node Lookup Tool.
At the moment they're rendered as normal with the others being dimmed. This works if there aren't that many nodes in a graph, but when the graph is fairly complex these can be difficult to see. Something like a yellow border around the highlighted node might help greatly in quickly locating them.4 votes
would be so much easier then check in and check of in "Export Outputs"
when you want just a single output exported2 votes
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