Difference between revisions of "Heightfield Adjust Vertical"
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'''Multiply height by:''' If this is checked the heights are multiplied by the specified value. To make a heightfield half as tall you would multiply it by 0.5. To make it twice as tall you would multiply it by 2.  '''Multiply height by:''' If this is checked the heights are multiplied by the specified value. To make a heightfield half as tall you would multiply it by 0.5. To make it twice as tall you would multiply it by 2.  
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Latest revision as of 21:25, 17 April 2012
Node Description and Purpose:
The Heightfield Adjust Vertical node can be used to modify the heights of the heighfield it's attached to.
Node Type: Heightfield Operator
Settings:
 Set height range: If this is checked the height range of the heightfield will be adjusted so it fits within the Highest and Lowest values set below. The highest and lowest points of the heightfield are shifted to those values and all other values are scaled to fit inbetween.

Highest: Sets the height for the highest points in the heightfield.

Lowest: Sets the height for the lowest points in the heightfield.

Multiply height by: If this is checked the heights are multiplied by the specified value. To make a heightfield half as tall you would multiply it by 0.5. To make it twice as tall you would multiply it by 2.

Add height: If this is checked the all the heights are raised or lowered by the specified value. For example a value of 200 would shift all heights in the heightfield upward by 200m.
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 realworld 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.