Since specular map is a texture, you would generally manage texture
application through shaders and osg::Program.
Blender doesn't and can't export shaders because each shader is
application specific: Blender shaders are different from
So, you need to manage specular map in your own shaders.
On 16 May 2018 at 16:08, Klemen Červ <klemen.c...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm having a problem getting specular(or any non diffuse) textures to show on
> when I export the model from Blender 2.79 using the osgexport add-on
> (cedricpinson's osgexport).
> Result is as if the diffuse and specular textures were multiplied and then
> used as a diffuse texture.
> Exporting to obj and converting to ive or osg using osgconv also doesn't work.
> Result is an overall darker export, compared to not using a specular map.
> I also tried exporting from 3dsMax from a friends computer using the worldviz
> osg exporter,
> same result as exporting from blender.
> Could someone give me a working workflow from Blender to osg or tell me what
> I am doing wrong?
> Even an example of an osgt file with a 3d model using diffuse and specular
> map at the same time would be
> useful so I could hack in the specular map in the text editor after export.
> Thank you for your time and wisdom!
> Cheers, Klemen Červ
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