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3d issue

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Jul 24, 2020

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I know its got to be a easy fix...but whats up with the unwanted image that shows up when i render 3d..the same image that im rendering but super small...and i feel like im gonna have to call adobe and tell em whats baking my bread if they say i need to go to uv properties for every 3d render i do......

any suggests?? love y'all 

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3d issue

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I know its got to be a easy fix...but whats up with the unwanted image that shows up when i render 3d..the same image that im rendering but super small...and i feel like im gonna have to call adobe and tell em whats baking my bread if they say i need to go to uv properties for every 3d render i do......

any suggests?? love y'all 

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Jul 24, 2020

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It's a bug that appears in recent versions when UVs are scaled. The only way around it is to go to set the UV scale to 100% and then edit the textures to match the UV again.

I reported it a few months ago, but it still exists (judging by the number of people commenting and "me too" ing , not many folk are bothered by it

https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/cc-v-21-0-3-3d-uv-scaling-results-in-incorrec...

 

Personally, I have all but stopped using Photoshop for 3D and I use Blender 3D for much faster and more accurate rendering, or Adobe Dimension for simple work.

 

Dave

 

 

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