Texture Set Reassignment / Modification

New Here ,
Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021

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Is it possible to move geometry from one texture set to another?  Or create a new texture set to switch an object to?  I have a model where three pieces came in without a material assigned and they all got grouped into one texture set together.  I would like to separate them out but I cannot figure out how.   

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Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021

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Hi
In Painter you cannot do that, you can modify your mesh in another app a modeling app and then in Painter reload your mesh once modified, Edit>Project configuration. Then depending on your modifications, you shouldnot loose your texturing work.

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New Here ,
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Is there a specific file format for re-importing the new mesh in the best
way? I have tried to bring in a new FBX and I loose not only my texture
work but all of my naming structures etc.
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Austyn Dunham

Footwear Design Consultant

@ Gravity Sketch

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Nevermind I solved this issue - thanks!

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