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'''Node Description and Purpose:'''<br />
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The Heightfield Crop node can be used to crop the area of the heighfield it's attached to.
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'''Node Type:''' Heightfield Operator<br />
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'''Settings:'''<br />
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'''Crop check box:''' If this is checked then the crop function will be applied; uncheck it to disable the effect. The settings below and to the right control how the heightfield will be cropped.
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'''Bottom left:''' TBC
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'''Include top right check box:''' TBC
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'''Pad outside original check box:''' TBC
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[[Category: Heightfield Operators]]
 
[[Category: Heightfield Operators]]

Latest revision as of 21:38, 17 April 2012

Heightfield Crop

Node Description and Purpose:
The Heightfield Crop node can be used to crop the area of the heighfield it's attached to.


Node Type: Heightfield Operator


Settings:

  • Crop check box: If this is checked then the crop function will be applied; uncheck it to disable the effect. The settings below and to the right control how the heightfield will be cropped.
  • Bottom left: TBC

  • Top right: TBC

  • Include top right check box: TBC

  • Pad outside original check box: TBC

A heightmap or heightfield is an array of height values, usually in a grid which describe the height at specific points in a defined area. Heightfields are used to represent real-world and virtual terrain in a specific, easily converted format. Most heightfields can be represented as simple image data in grayscale, with black being minimum height and white being maximum height.