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    Multiple Projection Mapping in LWave?

    For anyone in the know.
    Can Lightwave (cheap, robust) do multiple cam.projections on top of each other?
    Else.
    Which software package can do multiple camera projections over the top of each other?

    I've got a long corridor that I want to project feathered textures with
    and a lot of side-to-side walls/polys/objects.
    Right now the textures have to be seamless for it to work, but, if I can
    just create an underlayer to cover seams, that would really be perfect.
    It would certainly make it quicker.


    [I could just post this in 3DBuzz, but I can't remember my login there,
    plus, I like the colours here better. ]

    Thank you in advance.
    dvardo.
    Last edited by vardoburrito; June 8th, 2009 at 09:14 PM.
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