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Alpha/Occluder Error in PBR Material

  • Hey el Be,

    To fix your problem create an opacity mask to only cover the lips and hide the other. In that way you can fix the black part problem.




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  • Hey Amir,

    unfortunatly that didn´t solve my problem... 

    Could it be that some materials don´t take certain blend modes?


    best eL

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  • Hey eL,

    Can you please share your project file so I can find the problem.



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  • I just opened your project files and blending seems fine to me.

    Here is the screenshot:

    Make sure to update to the latest release of the Lens Studio.




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  • Hey Amir - 

    preview in lens studio worked fine for me, but sending it to my phone it turned out to be as I described above,,,

    can you confirm that?

    I am working on the latest release,



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  • Hey el Be.

    Thanks for reporting the problem. We're working on it right now to fix the problem. In mean time you can use one of the blend modes in the material to apply the effects.



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  • Hey Amir,

    thank you. Unfortunatly the blendmode I need is not available in the material :-)


    cheers L

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