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MD3 format specification

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Hello, I''ve been searching for a specification of the md3-file format, used in Quake 3 etc, without luck. Now I''m hoping that some of you might know where to find it. Thanks in advance. Regards, Deficite

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Hello there!!

Check http://www.gametutorials.com/

hope it helps.

Cheers

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Not really! I''ve downloaded the two tutorials I''ve found on md3 loading there, but none of them covers the structure of md3''s or any theory. Hope you, or someone else, can point me in a different direction.

Regards,
Deficite

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Or u can fire up ur l33t Netscape Navigator3D :D
and load up http://www.google.com/

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Well well, didn''t really expect to see an AP this soon Very funny man that you should mention google. If you hade bothered to read my post then you would have noticed that I have tried searching for it without luck. There are good ones on the md2 file format, but not on md3 and forget about md5.

Deficite

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A few months ago i searched for info on google about md3 and guess what, i found it after a couple of clicks
Dunno where it was.. didnt like much of the format anyway :\

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Of course i did, but the only relevant link on that results page is the first link. But that page is full of cr*p. Anyone got anything else?

Regards,
Deficite

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Guest Anonymous Poster
You can figure out the format from the tutorials.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
MD5 is not a model format, it''s an encryption thing. Just wanted to say that.

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