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Can I update images on models automatically without opening dn file - replace image and saving glb?

Community Beginner ,
Mar 15, 2024 Mar 15, 2024

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That's a really hypothetical question, since I bet that doesnt work... But maybe there's a someone outside who knows an answer. ^^

 

I have the following project: A really simple product with a label on it (that lable is placed on the model in dimension). Then I'd usually export the product as glb. That's it. 

 

Now, if theres a new lable for the product, it needs to be updated on the model. Normally I would open the dn file, go to the model, import the new image and then save it again. 

A possible quicker way would be to just change my image somewhere and with that it also gets changed inside the dn file (and the glb file if that works). But without touching the dn file. 

That would just be a quicker workflow especially, if working with lots of products. 

 

Is there any way to do this or is ist just a beautiful dream? 😄

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Mar 15, 2024 Mar 15, 2024

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Placing image on 3D object in Dn includes information about object and calculate UV map values for each placement process that also depend on structure of image file. May be it is possible but need a lot of changes in code. Therefore,  the final result will cause some artifacts. So better to do it in Dn. 

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