This section of the Display Settings controls various settings related to the display of the viewport such as the texture filtering and the mesh wireframe.
The Anisotropic Filtering and MipMap Bias allow to control the display of textures in the viewport. These settings don't affect the textures directly and won't be applied at export, they just refine the rendering process in the viewport. The MipMap Bias setting allows to force to use very sharp textures for pixels that are far away or at oblique angles, however in some cases they can create Moiré patterns or jittering.
Default settings are a compromise of quality and performances and should only be changed when really needed.
Anisotropic Filtering improves the texture quality when viewing at oblique angles. High quality values provide a better filtering but can result in a loss of performances. This setting controls the amount of samples per pixel (spp) used for the filtering :
Offset the MipMap level of detail to improve the texture quality. Sharp values can result in loss of performances and jagged textures.
(From 0 to -3)
For more information regarding Camera Management see : Camera management
|Hide stencil when painting|
When using a stencil (see the paint tool properties), this setting allows to hide it temporarily when painting on the mesh.
|Stencil display opacity|
Controls the visibility of the stencil over the viewport rendering when not painting.
|Projection preview channel||Controls which channel of the material to display when using the projection tool.|
|Show mesh wireframe|
Enable or disable the display of the mesh wireframe in the viewport.
Controls the color used to draw the mesh wireframe.
|Wireframe opacity||Controls how much the wireframe will be visible when drawn on top of the mesh.|
The channel display settings are only available when using the single channel view mode.
|Display solo view without lighting (unlit)|
When viewing in single channel mode, enabling this setting will remove the lighting and display the channel as flat colors. If disabled, a shadowing will be applied to the border of the mesh.
|Scale HDR values|
When viewing in single channel mode an HDR texture (such as the height) this setting will scale the total values. This is useful for viewing values that go over 1 or below -1. The result equals Channel dived by scale.
With the example below, the height channel has values up to 3. However by default they cannot be viewed unless the scale value is changed :
|Use +/- color for HDR values|
This setting allows to view more easily HDR texture by replacing positive values by the first color and negative values by the second color. Neutral values (0) are black.