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What conditions do I need to apply translucency in 'asm-metal-rough'?

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Dec 22, 2021 Dec 22, 2021

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I have been using 'pbr-metal-rough-with-alpha-blending' to apply opacity.

However, it was insufficient to express materials such as jewels.

Finally the asm shader has been updated .

I thought the public image had the solution I was looking for.

The surface of the coat and sheen completely satisfied me.

 

But I added a translucent channel but no transparency applied.

What conditions are required for translucency to be applied?

In my substance painter, only the 'asm-asm-metal-rough' shader exists and no other asm shaders for alpha blending are visible.

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Adobe Employee , Jan 13, 2022 Jan 13, 2022

The ASM shader doesn't support any kind of opacity yet. The Transclucent channel if for controlling another property of the material.

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The ASM shader doesn't support any kind of opacity yet. The Transclucent channel if for controlling another property of the material.

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