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DLL Talk / Enhanced Animations crashes extracting an animation

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Posted: 19th May 2008 11:44
Maybe a bug? I can't extract the animation for this model, the program crashes without error window, and I don't know what's the problem.

The code is very simple:


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Ron Erickson
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Posted: 19th May 2008 20:48
That is odd.
What app are you using to create the model? What are you using to export it? I am looking to see if I can find where the crash happens in the EnAn code.


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Posted: 20th May 2008 11:39
Hi Ron.

I made the model with 3dsMax (using bones and skin), and the kwXporter. The model seems to be ok, DBPro load it...

If you need some more info, tell me. Thanks.

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Posted: 21st May 2008 12:30
Out of curiosity, what version of Max?
Can you please try to use the Panda .x exporter to see if you have any better luck. I am looking into the problem, but it may take some time to solve. I'm buried in work at the moment!

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Posted: 21st May 2008 15:49 Edited at: 21st May 2008 15:49
Ops, I'm sure that I made the test with an object exported with Panda Exporter... It works fine with Panda and 3dsMax 9.

Anyway, I love this plugin (and TextureMax too). Thanks Ron.

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Posted: 21st May 2008 17:53
I'm glad it worked for you.

Quote: "Anyway, I love this plugin (and TextureMax too). Thanks Ron."

Thanks for the compliments.
To be honest, TextureMax is in need of an update. I have a new TextureMax application about 90% complete. It is fully functional, it just needs some holes filled. If you are ever interested in testing it out, send me an e-mail.

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