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A question about making animations with 3dMAX

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There are several objects and each object has its own animation.I want to combine all the objects into one editable mesh and remain their own animation.How to do this? What I want is just ONE editable Mesh and each element of the mesh has a different animation.Thank you for your help!

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Don't know if you can do that and keep the animation. I haven't used 3DS Max for a while now and have never needed to do that. Why do they need to be in a single mesh? Can't you just group all of the objects together?

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I am sorry I don't know how to upload picture.:)
For example,I want to make a car,its doors could rotate like being opened seperately,(because there are 4 doors,so their animations should be different).But the car should be only one mesh,how to do this?could you understand me?:]

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The the car have to be one mesh, and the doors have to be 4 other mesh`es

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Original post by Anonymous Poster (but with grammer corrections)
Then the car would have to be one mesh and the doors would have to be 4 other meshes.

Either that or join them into a mesh and then re-animate the doors.

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