|Geometries||Geo||Geometries to make the embossing.
Note that each control point assumes the distance to the closest geometry and must be less than the input radius.||GeometricGoo|
|Resolution||Res||Resolution of control points in proportion to the unit of space. Resolution 2.0 on a surface of 5 x 6 units, will give 10 x 12 control points. Set 0 to keep the control points of the input surface.
Note that this value should be high enough for the embossment to have resolution, but low enough to be computationally manageable.||Number|
|Height||Hgt||Elevation or height for each input geometry.
Note that moving the control points, it is possible that the actual height of the surface is different.||Number|
|Radius||Rad||Margin or radius of influence for each input geometry, from which embossing will begin at control points that are within this distance.||Number|
|Factors||Fac||List of normalized values (between 0 and 1) to define the contour shape of the embossment||Number|