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Simple Normal Mapper

Easy creation of normal maps

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Simple Normal Mapper is a normal map editor with which one can easily create normal maps for 2D images. Normal mapping is used, for example, in 2D games to make an illusion of a 3D object.

Simple Normal Mapper is fully automatic with some user-controllable parameters.

Simple Normal Mapper is written in Qt and C++.

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  • Easily controllable parameters
  • Live previews
  • Supports PNGs and JPEGs
  • Portable source code written in Qt and C++
  • Small and simple


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