animate in xsi, render in C4d?

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Old 12 December 2005   #1
animate in xsi, render in C4d?

Is it possible to do animation in xsi and then texture and render my scene in C4d?

Thanks,
Mechis
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Old 12 December 2005   #2
Maybe with the .FBX file format...depends on how complex it is.

Also, i think i recall seeing a MDD reader for C4D that someone finished up a couple days ago here. So if you can export MDD from XSI, then it should be golden.

Point Oven for XSI: http://www.ef9.com/ef9/PO.htm

C4D MDD plug-in:
http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthr...2&highlight=MDD

Cheers,
-policarpo
 
Old 12 December 2005   #3
Hey! thanks Poli. Incidentally (before you replied), I was at your site looking at your C4d renders. I remember how happy you were when you switched from LW... heh.

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Old 12 December 2005   #4
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Originally Posted by Mechis
Hey! thanks Poli. Incidentally (before you replied), I was at your site looking at your C4d renders. I remember how happy you were when you switched from LW... heh.

Mechis


No problem, glad i could help.

Yeah, I've been very very happy with C4D since dumping LW after Siggraph 2004. It inspires and impresses me every day I use it.

Cheers,
-policarpo
 
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