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Differences between 3DS and Chicken Nugget?

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I''ve noticed, when I export my 3DSMax4 model to 3DS file and import it back, it looses all the Skin/Physique modifer (and only the bone animates). So how do I export and convert to X file when it doesn''t even support skinmesh?

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quote:
Original post by kingy
Chicken nuggets are much more nourishing.

THAT depends on where you get them...

--- krez (krezisback@aol.com)

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If I recall correctly. I think nVidia has a X file exporter available on it''s developer site.

And,
Chicken Nuggets don''t cost $3,000 dollars.

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I''ve played around with two exporters, the .3DS to X one and the plugin for 3DS Max 3 that comes with the SDK, but everything always gets a bit messed up once exported. Never got the animations to work either. However, I was using the old DX7 X File viewer. I never worked with Character Studio on an X file yet, so I cant help too much there.

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