Image Texture Node

Image Texture Node.

The Image Texture is used to add an image file as a texture.

Entradas

Vector

Texture coordinate for texture look-up. If this socket is left unconnected, UV coordinates from the active UV render layer are used.

Propiedades

Imagen

Image data-block used as the image source. More settings can be found in Sidebar ‣ Item ‣ Properties: These include options to control the alpha channel along with addition options for the color space. These addition options are documented with the rest of Common Image Settings.

Interpolación

Method to scale images up or down for rendering.

Lineal

Regular quality interpolation.

Cúbico

Smoother, better quality interpolation. For bump maps this should be used to get best results.

Más Cercano

No interpolation, use only closest pixel for rendering pixel art.

Smart

Cycles Only Only for Open Shading Language. Use cubic interpolation when scaling up and linear when scaling down, for a better performance and sharpness.

Proyección

Projection to use for mapping the textures.

Flat

Uses the XY coordinates for mapping.

Box (Caja)

Maps the image to the six sides of a virtual box, based on the normal, using XY, YZ and XZ coordinates depending on the side.

Fundido

For Box mapping, the amount to blend between sides of the box, to get rid of sharp transitions between the different sides. Blending is useful to map a procedural-like image texture pattern seamlessly on a model. 0.0 gives no blending; higher values give a smoother transition.

Esfera

Sphere mapping is the best type for mapping a sphere, and it is perfect for making planets and similar objects. It is often very useful for creating organic objects.

Tube

Maps the texture around an object like a label on a bottle. The texture is therefore more stretched on the cylinder. This mapping is of course very good for making the label on a bottle, or assigning stickers to rounded objects. However, this is not a cylindrical mapping so the ends of the cylinder are undefined.

Extension

Extension defines how the image is extrapolated past the original bounds:

Repeat

Will repeat the image horizontally and vertically giving tiled-looking result.

Ampliar

Will extend the image by repeating pixels on its edges.

Clip

Clip to the original image size and set all the exterior pixels values to transparent black.

Espacio de Color

Type of data that the image contains, either Color or Non-Color Data. For most color textures the default of Color should be used, but in case of e.g. a bump or alpha map, the pixel values should be interpreted as Non-Color Data, to avoid doing any unwanted color space conversions.

The list of color spaces depends on the active OCIO config. The default supported color spaces are described in detail here: Default OpenColorIO Configuration

Alfa

If the source file has an Alpha (transparency) channel, you can choose how the alpha channel is encoded in the image.

Alfa Directo or Alfa Pre-multiplicado

Salidas

Color

RGB color from image. If the image has alpha, the color is premultiplied with alpha if the Alpha output is used, and unpremultiplied or straight if the Alpha output is not used.

Alfa

Alpha channel from image.

Ejemplos

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Image texture from GoodTextures.com.