[v1.22] CrazyBump – Create high-quality textured maps from images

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CrazyBump is simple, easy-to-use yet professional 2D photo-to-3D map generation application. It doesn’t offer many adjustable parameters, but still has a lot more details than the functionally similar Photoshop plugins, and is much easier to operate. Plus, it supports exporting normals, displacement, occlusion, specularity, and diffuse these five types of maps at the same time (i.e.: importing one image will result in five effects of maps simultaneously), as well as real-time preview.

CrazyBump uses ordinary 2D images to generate normal images with z-axis (height) information. As a result, low-precision 3D models can also show high-precision effects, thereby can be used in other 3D software, especially in a large number of games. It allows you to open photograph, heightmap and normal map from file or paste them from clipboard, and to edit further. User can choose the texture wrapping mode, i.e.: vertical, horizontal or both. In addition, it also supports batch operations, which means you can add multiple photos and process them simultaneously.

Even better, CrazyBump allows user to zoom in or out and preview the texture in 3D working environment that allows to enable special effects (such as diffuse texture, parallax displacement, colored lights), choose the display mode (ball, pillar, roller, box) or load grids from a file (e.g.: OBJ, ASE formats), and rotate the texture to different angles. In short, CrazyBump can perform tasks very quickly, and provide excellent output. In the end, you can copy the generated texture file to clipboard for direct use or export it as different file formats for later use.

// Supported File Formats //

  • ANI – Windows Cursor (*.ani)
  • APM – Aldus Metafile (*.apm)
  • ARW – Sony RAW File (*.arw)
  • BMP – OS2 Bitmap array (*.bmp;*.bga)
  • BMP -Windows Bitmap (*.bmp;*.dib;*.rle)
  • CALS – CALS Raster (*.car;*.cals)
  • CGM – Computer Graphics Metafile (*.cgm)
  • CLP – Windows Clipboard File (*.clp)
  • CR2 – Canon RAW File (*.cr2)
  • CRW – Canon Raw File (*.crw)
  • CUR – Windows Cursor (*.cur)
  • CUT – Dr. Halo (*.cut)
  • DCM – Dicom medical image (*.dcm;*.dic;*.acr)
  • DCR – Kodak RAW File (*.dcr)
  • DCX – Multipage PCX (*.dcx)
  • DDS – Direct Draw Surface (*.dds)
  • DPX – Cineon Image File Format (*.dpx)
  • DXF – Drawing Interchange Format (*.dxf)
  • EMF – Enhanced Metafile (*.emf)
  • EXR – OpenEXR (*.exr)
  • FLM – fCoder Film (*.flm;*.fflm)
  • FPX – FlashPix (*.fpx;*.mix)
  • FXM – Symantec WinFax Format (*.fxm)
  • G3 – Group3 1D Fax Format (*.g3)
  • G4 – Group4 Fax Format (*.g4)
  • GIF – Compuserve GIF (*.gif)
  • ICN – AT&T / Multigen (*.icn)
  • ICO – Windows Icon (*.ico)
  • IFF – Amiga Interchange File Format (*.iff;*.lbm)
  • IMG – GEM Raster Image (*.img;*.gem)
  • JBG – Joint Bi-level Image experts Group (*.jbg;*.jbig;*.bie)
  • JBG2 – Joint Bi-level Image experts Group v2 (*.jb2;*.jbig2)
  • JNG – JPEG Network Graphic (*.jng)
  • JP2 -JPEG 2000 (*.jp2;*.jpc;*.j2k;*.jpx;*.j2c)
  • JPG -Joint Photographic Experts Group (*.jpg;*.jpeg;*.jpe;*.jfif;*.thm)
  • K25 – Kodak RAW File (*.k25)
  • KDC – Kodak RAW File (*.kdc)
  • KOALA – Koala Paint (*.koa)
  • MAC – MacDraw Format (*.mac)
  • MNG – Multiple Network Graphic (*.mng)
  • MOS – Leaf Valeo RAW File (*.mos)
  • MRW – Minolta RAW (*.mrw)
  • MSP – Microsoft Paint (*.msp)
  • NEF – Nikon RAW File (*.nef)
  • ORF – Olympus Raw File (*.orf)
  • OTB – Nokia Logo Bitmap (*.otb;*.gsm)
  • PBM – Portable Bitmap (*.pbm;*.pnm)
  • PCD – Kodak Photo CD (*.pcd)
  • PCT – Macintosh picture (*.pict;*.pic;*.pct)
  • PCX – ZSoft Paintbrush (*.pcx)
  • PDB – Palm Pilot Image File (*.pdb)
  • PEF – Pentax RAW File (*.pef)
  • PEF – Samsung RAW File (*.pef)
  • PGM – Portable Graymap (*.pgm;*.pnm)
  • PIC – Biorad confocal image (*.pic)
  • PIC – Psion series 3 bitmap (*.pic)
  • PIC – Softimage PIC (*.pic)
  • PIX – Alias/Wavefront PIX (*.pix)
  • PNG – Portable Network Graphic (*.png)
  • PPM – Portable Pixelmap (*.ppm;*.pnm)
  • PSD – Adobe Photoshop (*.psd;*.pdd)
  • PSP – Paint Shop Pro (*.psp)
  • PXN – Logitech Fotoman Pixtura (*.pxn)
  • RAF – Fuji Raw File (*raf)
  • RAW – Panasonic Raw File (*.raw)
  • RAW – Raw pixel format (*.raw)
  • RLA – Wavefront RLA (*.rla)
  • RLE – Compuserve RLE (*.rle)
  • RLE – Utah Raster (*.rle)
  • SFF – Structure Fax Format (*.sff)
  • SGI – Silicon Graphics Image (*.sgi;*.rgb)
  • SNP – Microsoft Access SNAP file (*.snp)
  • SR2 – Sony RAW File (*.sr2)
  • SRF – Sony RAW File (*.srf)
  • SUN – SUN Raster File (*.ras;*.sun)
  • TGA – Truevision Targa (*.tga)
  • TIF -Canon RAW File (*.tif)
  • TIF – Phase One RAW File (*.tif)
  • TIF – Samsung RAW File (*.tif)
  • TIFF – Tagged Image File Format (*.tif;*.tiff)
  • TIFF64 – Big Tiff (*.tif;*.tiff;*.btf;*.tf8)
  • VICAR – Vicar rasterfile format (*.vic;*.vicar;*.img)
  • WBC – Webshots Picture (*.wbc;*.wbz;*.wb1)
  • WBMP – Wireless Mono Bitmap (*.wbmp;*.wbm;*.ems;*.ema)
  • WMF – Windows Metafile (*.wmf)
  • WPG – WordPerfect Graphics (*.wpg)
  • X11 bitmap (*xbm)
  • X11 pixmap (*xpm)
  • X3F – Sigma Foveon (*.x3f)
  • XWD – X Windows system dump (*.xwd;*.x11)

// Official Demo Video //

// System Requirements //

// Edition Statement //

AppNee provides the CrazyBump multilingual full installers and unlimited trial resetter for Windows 32-bit & 64-bit.

// Installation Notes //

  1. Download and install the latest version of CrazyBump from official site
  2. When CrazyBump expires, copy the trial resetter to installation folder, and run it to gain another 30 days of trial period
  3. Done

// Download URLs //

Version Download Size
for Windows
v1.22 5.43 MB
for Mac
Beta 3 19.5 MB
Unlimited Trial Resetter for Windows
All < 1 KB

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