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I just installed the latest version of SP, but now SP no longer bakes the AO maps for any of my models. It worked fine before the update. Here are ny system specs. My Vid card is a few years old, but at the time it was a high-end workstation card, a GeForce GTX TITAN with 6GB of memory. It works great with Maya and all other production apps I am running. This is the first issue I have run into. I hope there is an answer because SP doesn`t work do well without AO maps LOL


Device Type:  Graphics card
Bus Type:  PCI Express 3.0 x16
Graphics Engine:  NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN
Core Clock:  837 MHz
Boost Clock:  876 MHz
CUDA Cores:  2688
Interfaces:  DVI-I (dual link) ¦ DVI-D (dual link) ¦ DisplayPort ¦ HDMI ¦ VGA - with adapter
API Supported:  DirectX 11.1, OpenGL 4.3
Features:  Nvidia PhysX-Ready, Nvidia 3D Vision technology, Nvidia 3D Vision Surround Ready, TXAA, NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync, Nvidia Fast Approximate Antialiasing Technology (FXAA), NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 , HDCP
Size:  6 GB
Technology:  GDDR5 SDRAM
Effective Clock Speed:  6 GHz
Bus Width:  384-bit
System Requirements
Peripheral / Interface Devices:  6-pin + 8-pin power connectors
Power Consumption Operational:  300 Watt
Cables Included:  1 x DVI-VGA adapter
Software Included:  Drivers & Utilities, ASUS GPU Tweak
Compatible with Windows 7:  "Compatible with Windows 7" software and devices carry Microsoft’s assurance that these products have passed tests for compatibility and reliability with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7.

CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K 4.0GHz Quad Core Processor

Core i7-4790K Processor- Quad Core 4.0GHz 8MB Cache
The Haswell Architecture


Corsair Vengeance 32GB DDR3 1600MHz CL10 Kit 4x8GB


LGA1150 Socket, Intel Z97 Express Chipset,
4x DDR3 Memory, Max. 32GB, 3x PCIe (16x),


Robert Waterworth
VFX Artist

Substance Alchemist - Discussions - Re: Sub only?
 on: March 20, 2019, 10:33:50 pm 
I don't get why people are so against subscriptions? At least with these guys, we get 30 points per month with our subscriptions. So for $20 a month, I not only get all the software updates, but I also get to download 30 assets from Substance Source. My library grows every month. I also subscribe to Megascan for the same reason.
These apps are useless without content to use within them. Plus, I really do believe the subscription model is a better way to go when your budgeting. It is a lot easier to pay out a smaller fixed cost every month than it is to have to come up with a much larger one-time payment every year to upgrade. When you add all those together it can be quite a big bite out of one's bank account. I also subscribe to Adobe CC. It is way less painful nowadays I hated paying all at once for upgrades. And maybe it is just me, but I find it far easier to write these subscriptions off at tax time every year also.   

The log file says my card is not a NVIDIA GeForce 7 series, but it is!

Never mind lol found it

I have a ASUS GTX TITAN with 6GD5 32 GB Ram CPU Core i7-4790K Processor- Quad Core 4.0GHz 8MB Cache

The "Dust Splatter" filter is not showing up either.

Substance Alchemist - Discussions - Delighter is missing
 on: March 19, 2019, 10:56:41 pm 
Hi, This is an amazing program, but I am stuck. I was following the demo video with the wood_planks.tiff and when I got to the part where I am to apply the Delighter filter, I opened up the add layer window and all the other filters are there but not the Delighter? Any suggestions?

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