XSI 5 scene into XSI 4.2

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  01 January 2006
XSI 5 scene into XSI 4.2

Hello,

Can someone please tell me how to take a scene from XSI 5 including, animation, bones etc. into XSI 4.2.

I havent used any tools that dont exist in the previous version.

Please help.
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  01 January 2006
Originally Posted by pseudopod: Hello,

Can someone please tell me how to take a scene from XSI 5 including, animation, bones etc. into XSI 4.2.

I havent used any tools that dont exist in the previous version.

Please help.


I don't think it's possible.

/joe
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  01 January 2006
dotxsi will get a fair bit of it out, but not the whole thing, ascii external animation sources also should be backward compatible.
binary presets, models and scenes however are not backward compatible when in scn/emdl format, and won't go through, regardless of what you did or what tools you used.
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