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3 Dimensional Chat / i can't see my 3d object (x format)

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yosepp
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Posted: 14th Dec 2002 21:21
i put the command "load object "ED209.x", but when i compile and run it, it shows only the flat plane under the object.
Later it didn't load correctly any 3d objects.
What is this?? please e-mail me at yosepp@hot.ee
actarus
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Posted: 14th Dec 2002 23:04
Try loading it WITH the autocam on to see if it really doesn't load.

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yosepp
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 18:27
ok i'll try

ChronicFear
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 19:38
Yeah, I had the same problem with some of my models. Try scaling it. I once had a model that the camera started in.

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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 20:40
OBject are loaded/created at the camera position wherever it is.

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yosepp
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Posted: 19th Dec 2002 20:55
hmm could be. i'll try!

QuothTheRaven
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 01:41
its super small. Scale it in factors of 500 and then you'll be able to see it
ChronicFear
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 07:58
Yeah, put this code in
Scale Object (your objects index),500,500,500
Then to make sure that your not starting inside of it
Make Camera 1
Position Camera 1,0,0,300

That will make sure that your camera is behind it

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yosepp
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 08:48
thanks. but sometimes it just loaded a small part of the object like legs.

actarus
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 14:01
That's an hierarchy or Pivot setup...

What modeler do you have?

Possibly,if it's a free model from the internet,not all of them have been tweaked for export so depending on the scene itself,you may have to change some settings....So I really have to know what U use.

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yosepp
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 14:37
i downloaded them as 3ds formats and exported to .x with xconvert

actarus
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 16:12
hmm...That's what I thought...Do you have the DB CD's?There's a version of 3dcanvas you should check out...inf you don't,go to ammabilis.com for the latest version...It totally rocks now!

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yosepp
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 16:41
i once downloaded it, but i only could make a cube that slowly fades into the darkness

actarus
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 16:42
But try opening the 3ds file with it and then re-export to .x directly with it.

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yosepp
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Posted: 20th Dec 2002 16:46
ok

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