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Has Adobe removed some assets in the "Materials" category from the Starter Assets?

New Here ,
Jul 29, 2020 Jul 29, 2020

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It's been about a year since I've last used Dimension (and at least an update or two), but I can't seem to find many of the assets I used to use. For example, all the liquid materials (oil, beer, water, etc.) and some other solid materials (like glass, glowing, etc.) seem to be gone. (NOTE: I've found some old projects I have where I used those assets; the objects I've applied the material to (glass in this case) is still there and with the glass material applied, but I still don't see it (the glass material) in any of the Dimension menus.) 

I get why they would not advertise this (removing of free assets), but I just want to see if I'm just being dumb and am overlooking them. So, I guess my questions is, “Does anyone know if they (the free assets) have been moved or removed completely from Adobe Dimension's 'Starter Assets'?"

 

Thanks! 

 

 

EDIT: Turns out it's true. I am, in fact, an idiot. What I was looking for is under "Adobe Standard Materials" (located directly above the "Substance Materials"). I'll leave this up in case anyone else is a dumb as me.

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LEGEND ,
Jul 30, 2020 Jul 30, 2020

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yes some materials where dropped in the switch from Nvidia - Substance like most of the old woods and two of the metals... you can still use these materials but they are imaged based so I would test the new Substance materials about to come out first to see if you like them better

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