Hello Viviana
Working with DAVID I noticed that the textures of the OBJ files. are saved 
in PNG format, not in JPG; and all the views are in the same file. There is 
any way to create this kind of PNG. file with your pictures?. May be this 
correction could work fine in meshlab.
I hope this information will be useful

El jueves, 1 de septiembre de 2016, 8:31:47 (UTC-3), mtoroibacache escribió:
> Deal Morphometricians,
> I have .obj files with textures from three .jpg photos. I can load and see 
> the textures very nicely in Meshlab, but I need the textures to be 
> transformed into a coloured .ply file to do geometric morphometric analyses 
> (the landmarks are represented in the textures). So far it has not worked 
> doing it from Meshlab, so my questions are:
> - I know I can place landmarks in Meshlab using the .obj file, but when I 
> do it, the software crashes. any thoughts? the .obj file is 16 Mb big. Is 
> there a limit to files size in Meshlab? I would rather not to downsample 
> the mesh to not lose anatomical details.
> - When using the Transfer Texture to Vertex Color function, the texture 
> gets messed. It seems from web forums that Mshlab takes only one of the (in 
> this case) three .jpg files to do the colouring of the .ply mesh. Does 
> anybody know how to fix this? Another freeware software?
> - Is there any landmark acquisition software that loads .obj files with 
> textures? So far, I have not been able to do it in Landmark Editor, Evan 
> toolbox, Avizo, Morpho nor Geomorph.
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
> Best (y saludos),
> Viviana
> -- 
> *Viviana Toro-Ibacache DDS MSc PhD*
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