Tiling texture without resampling

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Apr 09, 2022 Apr 09, 2022

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I have a 128x128 pixel texture that I need to tile 8 times over a 1024x1024 pixel output without changing any pixel.

The tile generator node resamples the texture. I have tried to set the sampling to "Nearest" but I'm still getting this antialiased result.

Is there any other way to do this and get a perfect tiled output with the exact pixels from the input?

 

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Use a transformation 2D node. Set output size to Absolute at 1024 x 1024 px Set stretch to Width 12.50% and height 12.50% and apply both. Set Offset to X -0.5 and y -0.5 That will give you an 8x8 grid of your original image mapped onto the new larger image without any anti-aliasing Dave

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Use a transformation 2D node.

Set output size to Absolute at 1024 x 1024 px

Set stretch to Width 12.50% and height 12.50% and apply both.

Set Offset to X -0.5 and y -0.5

 

 

That will give you an 8x8 grid of your original image mapped onto the new larger image without any anti-aliasing

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That's exactly what I need, thanks Dave 🙂

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