Installing content packs
Once True-Terrain is installed and you've (if needed) ported your old content over (see Import From Previous), you can find content pack installation here:
Click the import pack button, and when the file-browser opens, navigate to the place you've saved your pack files.
Select the content packs (these are .tt_pack files). Selecting all at once is best to do, and advised so that all content is installed as it should be.
Do not close Blender while True-Terrain is installing content. Content installation has a progress bar which will complete when all is installed. If the bar is at 100% but you do not see the HIDE button, then it is not complete yet.
You MUST do these things if you wish to port your True-Terrain 4 content into 5
After installing the tool, please go back to the preferences and complete these steps:
Import from True-Terrain 4
You must have True-Terrain 4.x installed in the same version of Blender you are using True-Terrain 5 in for Import From Previous to actually import anything
Navigate to and click on the Asset Data section to display its items. Then click on [Import From Previous]. Allow for the content to be loaded. A progress bar will appear while True-Terrain performs this operation.
Import custom Height Maps
- Navigate down until you see "Asset Data". Click the [>] button on the left of this to open this section up.
- Navigate down until you see "Heightmaps" and click the [>] for this section to drop down.
- Navigate to the left of this new menu. Click the [V] button to show special options
- Click the "Load From Directory"
- Find the Directory with your heightmaps in, and press okay when you're navigating the file browser window that opens