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Where is the COLLADA SDK?

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in the case you are interested in the import functionality only, I would recommend you also check Assimp:

http://assimp.sourceforge.net/

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Well when I found it, the first line says:

"OpenCOLLADA is a COLLADA SDK that includes plug-ins for Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max."

So I was guessing you might want this. I don't actually know anything about COLLADA. Sorry.

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Don't worry. Tomorrow SDF will have given up on this too, and will be asking about the next SDk he chooses to use. [lol] He's running out of formats though.

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Original post by Lorand
Would this be it?

OpenCollada


For some reason that page points to an old version of OpenCollada. The new version is here: http://code.google.com/p/opencollada/

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Original post by Ed Welch
Quote:
Original post by Lorand
Would this be it?

OpenCollada


For some reason that page points to an old version of OpenCollada. The new version is here: http://code.google.com/p/opencollada/


Yeah that's perfect. I think the framework part is exactly what I'm looking for but there is one problem...

How do I download the most recent version of the project?

I can go into the trunk and download each file individually but that takes a really long time... I had to do this with the Recast project and it sucked...

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Those online projects (similar to the ones on sourceforge.net) need a SVN client (source control software) to be donwloaded and used. Install for example TortoiseSVN and use that to checkout all files in a folder.

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