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Where do I set in AR5 or Autocad, as I must make Planar mapping? I mean the 3Point an image onto an object to be sticking. I can even explain it exactly one? I'm somehow not as yet entirely clear, stand at the moment on the tube.

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There's a button on the Material page called Quick Mapping.
Fast mapping using the entire screen can not be displayed on the object surface, the operation I do wrong?
I'm not sure what you're asking.  The Quick Mapping button is located on the Materials Tab.  I don't remember exactly what the sequence of picks is, but yours looks correct.  Use OSNAPS to make sure you grab the corners.  You can also use AutoCAD's material mapping.
Maybe you just want to place a single image on the face? Use decals.
Roy Hirshkowitz, Jan Verzelen thank you for your reply, the use of decals for the really good single map, bitmap and object matching is in place, CAD default texture editing is also very good, NXT also recognized, but I used the material on the label affixed map editor is difficult to adjust in place, often need to move a bitmap or change the size of the bitmap to fit the object, used for rapid mapping still do not know, do not always reach the full bitmap and object matching results, I may be operating problem, thank you!
I was referring to the decals. How can I mapped an image onto an object (wall painting).

Alf-1234
Guys, I've found it and it works great. That is 100 points.

Alf-1234
Adjust the tile size in the Material Editor, not the Mapping function.  Use Mapping to adjust the origin and rotation.
why don't you use a decal if you just planning to put the image on one face? The image will be stretched to fit the face.

Thank you for your reply, which is NXT two adjustments on the label material after the effect of rendering maps, please advise, thank you!

 

 

Das ist Material mapping aber kein Decal planar mapping wie ich es benötige. Das ist nicht dasselbe.

 

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