[vtkusers] Using multile texture files in vtkOBJImporter

Bill Lorensen bill.lorensen at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 21:32:45 EDT 2017

SetTexturePath is a directory that contains textures...

See this example:

that uses this data:


On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 9:18 PM, vinmean <iamdpak at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. What I had with me was a single mesh.obj, a single MTL
> file mesh.mtl and multiple texture files mesh_material0000_map_kd.png,
> mesh_material0001_map_kd.png, mesh_material0002_map_kd.png.
> After setting the obj and mtl file names, I set only the first material
> mesh_material0000_map_kd.png using the importer->setTexturePath(). I was
> able to get the complete 3D object with the textures applied.
> I had asked this question because the  setTexturePath took only one texture
> file path. Even though my problem seems to be resolved, I am curious to
> understand if my scenario is different from "/Only one texture per object/".
> It would be great if you can point me to tutorials/materials which talk
> about how textures are applied because I didn't understand the statement
> /"you have an OBJ file where one piece (material?), uses multiple textures
> and has multiple sets of texture coordinates per vertex"/
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