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Mudbox 2009 Quick Start Series: Importing Pre-Painted Multi UV Textures

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Dave Cardwell asked me to record this short video showing a temporary workaround for those of you who need to import an already painted (or partly painted) set of textures for a multi UV mapped model. A Maya Mel script will also be made available soon to help with getting multi UV textures back into Maya in a very easy way, from Autodesk.

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