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No. Theres no .zip to .3ds file converters either.

.PK3 isn't a 3D file format. It has other files inside of it

What you probably want is a PK3 viewer/editor and a MD3 to .X converter.

CuteZip Supports .pk3 files

MD3 To X

[edited by - glassJAw on May 5, 2002 2:08:15 PM]

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.pk3''s can be opened in Winzip lol, y''all havnt done much research have you ?

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quote:
Original post by AntilogicHyper
.pk3''s can be opened in Winzip lol, y''all havnt done much research have you ?



Heeey how about that. I never really had a need to open pk3 files anyways

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AntilogicHyper, you didnt answer the question. I know how to unzip a pk3 file. But what I wanted was to convert the whole thing to an .x file, not just the individual head or torso. I was looking for something that combined all the individual meshes in a pk3 at their proper respective locations to 1 .x file.

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I don''t think such a utility exists. You might have to code it yourself.

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"I was looking for something that combined all the individual meshes in a pk3 at their proper respective locations to 1 .x file"

LOL, that would look like one messy mesh if that worked ?

LOL i diddnt know how to quote

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[edited by - AntilogicHyper on May 6, 2002 10:38:04 PM]

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