IMF_COPY...Works but still Maya dislikes it.

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  04 April 2013
IMF_COPY...Works but still Maya dislikes it.

Hi all,

Let me make it in simple way first.

I am using a textured jpg file (2048x2048) in Maya, due to high res I have imf_copy filename.jpg converted to filename.map. This filename.map is attached to file node in maya.

Render diagnostic gives me ..
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MENTAL RAY RENDER DIAGNOSTICS:
Performance
- file1 has a resolution of 2048x2048 which may be inefficient.
- file2 has a resolution of 2048x2048 which may be inefficient.
// Warning: file: C:/Program Files/Autodesk/Maya2013/mentalray/scripts/mentalrayDiagnostic.mel line 524: 2 warnings, see script editor for details. //

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Complete details..
1. Actual file is textured in photoshop which is jpg file(2048x2048)
2. In cmd prompt used ..
imf_copy -r Missile.jpg Missile.map

succcessfully converted the map file.

3. Back in maya used two file nodes (1 for color and 2 for bump) on blinn.
4. each file node has Missile.map on it
5. when Render diagnose in maya..get the above Warning.
 
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