Need an explanation of Material settings

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I'm writing a book about Adobe Dimension, and am including a chapter about creating materials with Capture. When you create a material with capture, you have the opportunity to modify the settings for Detail, Intensity, and Frequency. But I can't determine what these settings do to the material. Can you provide an explanation for me? Thanks!

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Adobe Employee , Oct 01, 2018 Oct 01, 2018

Hi Keith.

Sorry for taking so long to respond. Because I don't use the Materials module much, I had to ask around about these settings. Here's what I was told:

* Frequency changes the surface lighting information.

* Intensity changes the information in the normal map to make the surface texture higher/sharper or lower/smoother.

* Detail relates to the level of rendering detail in the surface image.

I hope that helps. Please let me know if you need more detail and I can try again.

Sue.

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Hi Keith.

Sorry for taking so long to respond. Because I don't use the Materials module much, I had to ask around about these settings. Here's what I was told:

* Frequency changes the surface lighting information.

* Intensity changes the information in the normal map to make the surface texture higher/sharper or lower/smoother.

* Detail relates to the level of rendering detail in the surface image.

I hope that helps. Please let me know if you need more detail and I can try again.

Sue.

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