I m using the baked GI mode with directional light set to baked and after baking lightmap, these edges started to appear on the Mesh. Here is a screen....
Answer by lavi_mahal
Dec 28, 2016 at 03:43 PM
Well yea, I did some research and found a workaround. Its maybe a bug in unity since ever that the mesh option "Generate Lightmap UVs" isn't perfect and Generated UVs by unity caused this to happen. What I did is just went into my modeling software (Blender) and made an extra UV for lightmap. Now u can see, it worked well. Hope it helps anyone in the future there ;)
Sorry, I don't get what actually you did? Can you tell how you made an extra UV for lightmap?
If u r using blender, select the model and click on UVs in properties pannel. Click on the + button to make another uv map and save the file. Import into unity and don't select generate lightmap uv. Thats it.
Thank you very much!
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