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Old 02-09-2018, 03:57 AM   #1
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Default How to Edit Normal Maps for DCS World?

Hello all. I need some help. Is there a guide to editing Normal maps in DCS? I've only created them for P3D in the past, and clearly they are not done the same way. Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks so much!
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Been searching without a clear answer as to 'How' to created bump maps for DCS...I don't mean how to create them in general. I mean once I create them using the Nvidia plugin for PS, do I need to do anything to the RGB layers? For example, in FSX/p3D once you create the bumps, you needed to invert the green channel, make the Alpha Channel the same as the RED channel, then turn the RED channel all black and the Blue channel all white. This was the process. Is there any similar process or do I just use the bumps as converted by the plugin? Any insight would be very helpful!
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