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UE4: Apply texture on landscape based on angle

I am creating a material for my landscape. I know that one could for example use the landscapes heightmap as a mask to apply textures at certain heights, but I want to apply textures at certain ...
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Heightmaps with several textures

I got a full functioning heightmap loader, however I can only use one texture. Now I want to implement more textures (like diffrent textures depending on heights ect, Possibly a structure that makes ...
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What's the difference between displacement mapping and height mapping?

What's the difference between displacement mapping and height mapping and what is the connection to adaptive tessellation?
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Heightmap and Textures

Im trying to find the "best way" to apply a texture to a heightmap with opengl 3.x. Its really hard to find something on google because tutorials are olds and they're all using different methods, im ...
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loading a heightmap as texture in shader

I have a height map of 256x256, containing, foreach cell, not only height as a normal float value ( not 0-1 ) and also 2 gradient values ( for X and Y ), also as normal float values ( not 0-1 ). I ...
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Generate texture for a heightmap

I've recently been trying to blend multiple textures based on the height at different points in a heightmap. However i've been getting poor results. I decided to backtrack and just attempt to recreate ...
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Sidescroller variable terrain heightmap for walking/collision

I've been fooling around with moving on sloped tiles in XNA and it is semi-working but not completely satisfactory. I also have been thinking that having sets of predetermined slopes might not give me ...
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Why can't I add a float4 read from a Texture2D.Sample in the Vertex Shader

These lines work (compile fine): float4 offset = HeightMap.Sample(HeightSampler, input.Texcoord); input.Position.xyzw += float4(0, 1, 0, 0); These do not (any use of offset together with ...