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6th Jun 2004, 06:28 AM
Ok I have been looking around the forums and cannot for the life of me see how to get 3DS files into the engine as a static mesh, is there some sort of convertor that I am missing or something.
Thanks for any help.
6th Jun 2004, 07:41 PM
You don't. Convert them to ASEs first.
7th Jun 2004, 08:53 AM
VITO, how do you do that? Is there a MAX plugin or an external app that I need to do this.
7th Jun 2004, 08:59 AM
You don't need a plugin to do this in Max. Just use the Export button.
7th Jun 2004, 09:03 AM
well knock me down with a feather, look at all the export options.
Seriously, thanks for that - I have never bothered exploring what half of those do.
Once it is a ASE it will import into the static mesh section of the editor, but how do you manke one of thos USX packages?
Rest assured once I get the answers for these questions you wont hear the same thing from me again, I am not in the habit of annoying people by asking the same thing half a dozen times.
7th Jun 2004, 10:19 AM
once its imported and shows up in the staticmeshbrowser click "save" in that staticmeshbrowser
it has the regular icon, and as usual you can find Save in the menu File > save too
then itll be saved as an unreal staticmesh package = usx
7th Jun 2004, 08:23 PM
Great, those answers are very helpful.
Does anyone know if the site www.leveldesigner.com is dead, there seems to be a lot of great tutorials on there but no functioning site.
Any ideas or answers about the site, ta.
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