NukeX Camera/point cloud to 3DS MAX?

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Old 04 April 2013   #1
NukeX Camera/point cloud to 3DS MAX?

Hello, I've just started learning how to use Nuke and decided to try out Nuke Tracking, but how would i go about importing the point cloud and camera into 3DS MAX? I've looked online but there are very cryptic and are usually referring to Maya. I've tried exporting use a Write GEo but that only exported the camera, which doesn't work very well as it doesn't move about and flips over half way through the frames, it also didn't import the point cloud with the camera either.
 
Old 04 April 2013   #2
Plug everything you want to export into a scene node and then make the writeGeo node output from that.

With the camera flipping, does it flip in the nuke 3d view?
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Old 04 April 2013   #3
Originally Posted by beaker: Plug everything you want to export into a scene node and then make the writeGeo node output from that.

With the camera flipping, does it flip in the nuke 3d view?


ok well i did what you said, i got both camera and the points in this time, but camera still flipping, the camera doesn't flip in nuke.
Heres the FBX file (camera starts at frame 142) http://www.mediafire.com/?5o36kwm1rnrmycp

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