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Can someone do me a favor? (requires 3DSMax)

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I have a model that I made in the demo of milkshape 3d and I saved it as the .asc (3D Studio max ascii file format, I think), and I need it converted to the .3ds extension so I can convert it to a .x file. I was wondering if some kind person could please do this for me (if it is possible). If so, just kindly post your e-mail address if you are willing to help.

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3DStudio (at least as of version 3.1) doesn''t have an .asc importer. You can export, but not import. I''m sure you can find a utility that can convert from .asc to other formats (like .3ds or .x or whatever you want)


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Yeah, I have the utility that is supposed to convert it from .asc to .x but it says I have invalid material types.

I don't suppose someone could do some simple modeling for me? It would involve 1 model made of probably under 200 polys, depending on how complex you want to make it.

Can the program that comes with the DirectX 8 SDK convert Lightwave (.lwo) models to .x files?

Edited by - Moe on June 7, 2001 11:52:56 AM

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I found a tool which supports all 3D Files you can imagine.
http://www.stmuc.com\thbaier

I guess it''s a demo, but maybe you will find the key. Then please give it to me.
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Yeah, I think I will end up using the Milkshape format. I managed to let the school people let me put the demo of Milkshape on at school. That and the new NeXe tutorial will be useful.

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