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Sampling from Normal Map and Diffuse Map in Pixel Shader
I'm having some issue changing a basic lighting shader to take a normal texture and a diffuse texture for a model and then using the normal texture for lighting. The code is very simple and i can't ...
Jan 1 '12 at 5:08
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