|09 September 2014||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2014
I guess it's a little bit late for this but, in case you still need help, did you already try the Maya acii technique?
Basicly what you have to do is:
1- save your Maya 2014 scene as a Maya ascii (.ma) instead of Maya binary.
2- open the file using a text editor such as notepad.
3- in the text editor, at the very beginning, change the version number from 2014 to 2010 and save the file.
4- try to open it in Maya 2010 and do some testing.
Keep in mind that this could not work properly due to some node incompatibility. For an example, the skinCluster node has been updated since Maya 2010 so I'm not sure it's going to work at all...
|09 September 2014||#3|
Of the West
Cactus Dan Libisch
Freelance Character TD
Join Date: Apr 2003
Also, you could export with FBX and choose an earlier version. If it doesn't go back quite that far, there is the free FBX Converter application.
|09 September 2014||#4|
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You'll also need to remove a new construction history flag added to shape nodes. It's "-ch" and a number following it. You can remove it via a regular expression such as "-ch [0-9]* ", just replace it with nothing.
If you don't remove the flag, most if not all of your geometry will not be imported into 2010.
Also, when you save your file in 2014, under the options for save scene as, theres a checkbox called "Use full names for attributes on nodes". A lot of the short names were changed, so that should reduce the errors.
That or export as FBX like Dan mentioned.
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