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Strange behavior with illustrator .ai vector bitmaps...

So I want to use an Adobe Illustrator vector bitmap (.ai).

I load it with the Vector map shader.

When in active shade, strange things happening:

during rendering, I see a lot of layers overcoming one

over another and at the end the result is wrong compared using

the same image as a jpg.

I attached all the files (max file, jpg file and vector file)

Thanks for any help again...


I found out that all these problems appears when inside the Vector map shader, I click

in "Virtual resolution->infinite"

If I click "Virtual resolution->finite" with a value under 1000,

it renders ok but of course with decreased quality...

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