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Mask upscaling region and blur

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Sep 07, 2023 Sep 07, 2023

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Substance Sampler 4.2 has a new feature for linear upscaling. Although I would like to see the option of only upscaling a masked region that and the option of removing blur from areas of an image which typically is done using upscaling.

 

 

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Adobe Employee , Sep 07, 2023 Sep 07, 2023

Hello @StrongBeaver,

 

Just to be clear, the new feature coming with 4.2.0 isn't a linear upscaling, but an AI upscaling, which is usually a lot more useful.

 

That being said, it isn't possible to upscale only specific parts of a texture. Basically, the upscale allows to grow a bitmap to a bigger resolution (e.g. 1024 to 2048). Therefore, you can't take a specific part of the map and increase its pixels, because it would break the entire resolution size.

 

However, I guess you would like some s

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Hello @StrongBeaver,

 

Just to be clear, the new feature coming with 4.2.0 isn't a linear upscaling, but an AI upscaling, which is usually a lot more useful.

 

That being said, it isn't possible to upscale only specific parts of a texture. Basically, the upscale allows to grow a bitmap to a bigger resolution (e.g. 1024 to 2048). Therefore, you can't take a specific part of the map and increase its pixels, because it would break the entire resolution size.

 

However, I guess you would like some sort of enhancement filter, which is an interesting idea. For now, you can simply use the Content-Aware fill in order to replace the blurry parts of your map, or a Sharpen layer with a painted mask.

 

Best regards,

 

Cyril Dellenbach (Micro) | QA Support Artist | Adobe

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