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IMVU Studio Learning Session 5: Scale Products & Optimize Shine

IMVU Studio is our next generation creator tool, currently in development. It serves as the foundation for new features and optimizations on IMVU Desktop and Mobile, allowing Creators to take their products to a whole new level.

What You’ll Learn

In this session we’ll show you how to Scale your products using IMVU Studio, and also walk you through creating a piece of clothing with Shininess and Normal maps. This detailed demo will help you use Scaling, Shininess and Normal to optimal effect.*

  • Part 1: @TaunTaunTonic, head of the IMVU Studio product team, will show you how to Scale your products using IMVU Studio
  • Part 2: IMVU’s Digital Artist @Drosselmeyer will walk you through creating a piece of clothing with Shininess and Normal maps.
  • Part 3: @TaunTaunTonic and Drosselmeyer will answer questions from Creators attending the Learning Session.

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Questions & Answers

(Verbal answers are recorded in the video)

Q: Are you able to set your default creation room in IMVU Studio and can this default room be decorated?
A: You can set a default room shell product. You can decorate in IMVU Studio but the decoration is temporary during your Studio session. It is not possible at this time to set a decorated room as your Studio room

Q: Will you start labeling rooms in IMVU Studio an “imvu+” product so we know which ones have the lighting?
A: We recently released the concept of the “imvu+” label for products in Mobile and Desktop. We’ll be following that up soon with the same label in IMVU Studio.

Q: I made a t-shirt and need to make only the print have shine, with the rest of shirt opaque. How I do that?
A: Drosselmeyer is showing how to do that with the emblem on jacket. You can define in the shininess map which parts of your material you want to be shiny and which are not.

*This Learning Session took place July 21, 2021, and the information shared is specific to this time period.

Updated on November 24, 2021

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