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Leaks Tool

Leaks tool is used for procedural painting of a leaks mask: a projection of screen space leaks calculated from the current camera position is written into the texture. The leaks mask is a black and white texture (similar to the ambient occlusion texture) that stores gradients directed along the gravity vector. For example, a convex detail on a wall will produce the downward gradient.

Leaks calculation with the Leaks tool doesn't depend on the UV map, as it is performed using screen-space tracing.

Settings#

Draw Blend Mode Sets a blending mode used for painting. For more details, see the Brush tool settings.
Leaks Length Length of the painted leaks.
Leaks Softness Softness of the painted leaks.
Intersection By Depth Threshold Depth threshold (in units) limits the leaks effect in areas where information cannot be obtained. The higher the value, the less pronounced the effect is.
Last update: 2022-07-01
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