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Textures in AR5

I have here a lot of textures in JPG format.
There was earlier in AR3 under XP the possibility to convert these textures in one go into Accurender materials.
Is there this possibility under Win 7/10 64 Bit synonymous ??
If yes, how does it work??

Texturen in AR5

Ich habe hier eine grosse Menge an Texturen im JPG Format.
Es gab früher in AR3 unter XP die Möglichkeit, diese Texturen in einem Rutsch in Accurender Materialien zu konvertieren.
Gibt es diese Möglichkeit unter Win 7 /10 64 Bit auch??
Wenn ja, wie geht das??

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Thanks for the information.
These materials I know very well and have also installed here on my computer.

What do I do, however, when I paint in GIMP own material and the JPG file?

How do I get this JPG file converted into an Accurender material?

That is the question and my little problem.

Danke für die Info.
Diese Materiallien kenne ich sehr wohl und habe die auch hier auf meinem Rechner installiert.

Was mache ich aber, wenn ich in GIMP selber eigene Materialen male und die als JPG Datei abspeichere?

Wie bekomme ich diese JPG Datei in ein Accurender Material konvertiert?

Das ist die Frage und mein kleines Problem.

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