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AtmoscatDate: Monday, 12.03.2012, 15:33 | Message # 16
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Atmoscat, read reame file for each texture


Thanks SpaceEngineer, though I could only find the Moon bump readme.txt file, here you state that the total resolution equals 32768 x 16384 pixels. However, I was curios, what the dimensions of the surface/albedo texture map is? Thank you for any pointers!
I have Moon surface/albedo base map with 8192x4096 (16bit) resolution, would that result in a similar resolution like the one that comes with SpaceEngine, if I converted it to SE-format?





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Edited by Atmoscat - Monday, 12.03.2012, 15:36
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Monday, 12.03.2012, 22:09 | Message # 17
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Moon's surface texture was 16384*8192.

SE uses cubemap texture. I.e. if you have 8192 pixels along equator, it would be 2048 pixels along one cube face quad (8192/4). So, if you use a tile resolution of 512, you obtain 2048/512 = 4 tiles at highest level (4*4 textures for entire face). previous level will have 2*2 tiles, and zero level will have one tile 512*512 pixels. So your texture will have 3 levels - 0, 1, and 2. Looking in my textures folders you can compute initial resolution: if texture has 5 levels (0, 1, 2, 3, 4), initial resolution was 8912 * 2 * 2 = 32768 pixels along equator, so 16384 along meridian. Easier way:

width = 2 * tile_width * 2^tile_max_level
height = width / 2

So, if tile width is 512 (514 in real, but you should ignore duplicate pixels at the perimeter), and max tile level is 5 (you can see a file say 5_16_28.jpg), then width = 32768 and height = 16384.

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AtmoscatDate: Tuesday, 13.03.2012, 11:37 | Message # 18
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Thank you very much for the info!




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TotyDate: Wednesday, 14.03.2012, 12:26 | Message # 19
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Nice addons, thanks SE. There are some kind of error in the moon bump map:





 
BrownpatrickDate: Wednesday, 14.03.2012, 19:03 | Message # 20
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Hi folks.

I installed mars texture just like in the instructions(i assume both files should be replaced?) but i do not see any difference.Please help sad
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Thursday, 15.03.2012, 23:23 | Message # 21
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There are some kind of error in the moon bump map:

I noticed that in texture's readme.

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I installed mars texture just like in the instructions(i assume both files should be replaced?)

What replaced???





 
BrownpatrickDate: Friday, 16.03.2012, 14:54 | Message # 22
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What replaced???


Files from Planets/Mars folder?
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Saturday, 17.03.2012, 12:17 | Message # 23
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There's nothing to be replaced - default textures are in jpeg format, while new textures are in png.
New Mars textures has the same resolution as the default, but at greater quality. Compare these two screenshots. The first is the default bump texture, the second - from the add-on. In the first screenshot you can see noticeable artifacts ("ladder") - because default 8-bit bump texture has alack of precision.





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Attachments: 8705112.jpg(532Kb) · 8354276.jpg(213Kb)





 
FelixLynxxDate: Wednesday, 11.04.2012, 16:59 | Message # 24
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HELP!
Can someone please seed these files or give me a location I can download them ? There are nobody seeding the files posted in this tread as torrents at all cry
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Wednesday, 11.04.2012, 21:57 | Message # 25
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I am seeding them every day smile Maybe some trouble with torrent?




 
FelixLynxxDate: Thursday, 12.04.2012, 14:30 | Message # 26
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Hello again and thanks for quick reply smile
The torrent seems fine, I'm downloading, but it shows up as Seeds 0 of 0 , Peers 1 of 1
Getting a few bytes now and then at least , hehe
Well I can tell you, when I ever get this torrent I will help seeding it for a loooong time

Thanks for the help !

biggrin

PS: Before I posted in this forum it said zero all over, and I wasn't getting a byte, so something must have happened

EDIT:
Switched downloading application from Vuze to uTorrent and now it's downloading like a charm, wooohooo !
biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin


Edited by FelixLynxx - Thursday, 12.04.2012, 14:58
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Tuesday, 08.05.2012, 04:52 | Message # 27
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I've added these official add-ons to the "Download" page:

http://en.spaceengine.org/load/additional/3

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Freak2121Date: Tuesday, 12.06.2012, 03:09 | Message # 28
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What resolution are the Earth surface and bump maps? 0.5km/pixel? 2km/pixel?




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SpaceEngineerDate: Tuesday, 12.06.2012, 08:44 | Message # 29
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Initial texture has resolution 86400x43200. Earth's equator length is 40000 km, so resolution along equator is 40000/86400 = 0.463 km/pixel.




 
aryoseno11Date: Sunday, 01.07.2012, 05:23 | Message # 30
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amazing




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