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Save and Load Gradient Map

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May 27, 2022 May 27, 2022

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Can I save the gradient I created with a Gradient Map node and reload it again in Substance Designer?

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Community Expert , May 28, 2022 May 28, 2022

Hi

One of the principles of Substance Designer is that any graph can be used as an 'instance' i.e. a building block in another graph.

To do that add an output node to your gradient and save the graph as an SBS. I've called mine Gradient_Demo

davescm_0-1653729195314.png

 

In your new graph, where you want to use the gradient, open the Gradient_Demo package and drag the Gradient_Demo onto the new graph where it will appear as a node.

davescm_1-1653729210057.png

 

More here : https://substance3d.adobe.com/documentation/sddoc/graph-instances-sub-graphs-102400070.html

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Hi

One of the principles of Substance Designer is that any graph can be used as an 'instance' i.e. a building block in another graph.

To do that add an output node to your gradient and save the graph as an SBS. I've called mine Gradient_Demo

davescm_0-1653729195314.png

 

In your new graph, where you want to use the gradient, open the Gradient_Demo package and drag the Gradient_Demo onto the new graph where it will appear as a node.

davescm_1-1653729210057.png

 

More here : https://substance3d.adobe.com/documentation/sddoc/graph-instances-sub-graphs-102400070.html

 

Dave

 

 

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