On 15/10/2014 at 17:34, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Is there a way to turn on / off different layers in the Reflectance channel using the Python API? I want to be able to toggle the eyeball switch on my Specular layer based on some User Data. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
On 16/10/2014 at 07:15, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Reflectance is currently not supported by the Python API. You can only access it with the C++ Material class.
On 10/10/2017 at 18:05, xxxxxxxx wrote:
This is now possible.
"""Name-US: Toggle Reflectance
Description-US: Toggle the first reflectance layer on/off.
from c4d import gui
def main() :
mat = doc.GetActiveMaterial()
if not mat:
layer = mat.GetReflectionLayerIndex(0) # Get the top-most layer
if not layer:
flags = layer.GetFlags()
if flags is None:
active_toggled_flags = flags ^ c4d.REFLECTION_FLAG_ACTIVE
On 05/11/2017 at 05:59, xxxxxxxx wrote:
thanks for the update, is it now possible to enable/disable individual Reflectance Layers in Xpressso?
My hack is going to be just to turn the Brightness to 0% otherwise lol
On 06/11/2017 at 02:41, xxxxxxxx wrote:
the activity state of a reflectance layer is stored in a flag, not a parameter. So I'm afraid it is not possible to edit this value using XPresso.
On 07/11/2017 at 05:44, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Thanks for the answer. I did test using Xpresso to turn the Brightness of the Color channel to 0% and it works the same as turning the flag to 0. Or at least it Renders the same, not sure on the back end.
I need to get back into Python and C++ again. Xpresso can do so much though.