UDIM Value by Jens Kafitz
- Where to find it:
- Add Procedural Layer / Geometry / Extension Pack /
- NodeGraph / Right Mouse Click / Add Nodes / Geometry / Extension Pack /
The UDIM Value Node gives you unique values per UDIM.
How each Value is displayed depends on the chosen settings in the Node.
This has a variety of applications.
You could for example use the random UDIM Value to drive per UDIM Offsets, rotation etc. of TILED or Projection
Nodes using Manifolds, jitter Colors using Jitter Color etc.
- Output Type
Determines how each Udim Value is represented. Available Modes are:
- Random UDIM Value (0-1)
Each UDIM Patch gets a random value between 0 and 1 assigned.
- Random UDIM Color
Each UDIM Patch gets a random color assigned
The UDIM Number is assigned as color intensity value.
While the Object appears completely white ...
... each UDIM has a different Color Intensity Value
corresponding to its UDIM Number.
When using Output Types Random Udim Value and Random Udim Color, this will cycle the colors
- Seed R / G / B
When using Output Types Random Udim Value and Random Udim Color, this give you explicit control over each random value that make up
the final output. Other than the Seed Option this will not cycle colors/values relative to each other but allows you to make big value changes.