Is it possible to export series .obj file from an animation?

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  12 December 2008
Unhappy Is it possible to export series .obj file from an animation?

Hi, I'm doing homework assigned by my teacher. I got some asf&amc data from Carnegie Mellon University's Motion Capture Database(http://mocap.cs.cmu.edu/). They can be imported to motionbuilder and run well. And can be converted to .fbx file. What I need is to export the animation to series .obj file in which every single obj file is a model corresponding to a frame of the fbx file(or asf&amc file).
Is it possible to do it and how can I do it? Anyone can help me?
 
  01 January 2009
Cool Okay, I did it now.

Okay, I did it now. I get a copy of Chris Twigg's code of reading asf/amc file, and in display.cxx file I stored every current coordinates of the bone when drawing it(i.e. in void Display::drawBone(Bone *pBone,int skelNum) ).
Thanks to Chris Twigg for his code! Chris Twigg's code is here: http://graphics.cs.cmu.edu/software...r-1-18-2005.zip
which is a link from http://mocap.cs.cmu.edu/tools.php.
Also Thanks to mocap team of cmu.

Originally Posted by zengxiaoqi: Hi, I'm doing homework assigned by my teacher. I got some asf&amc data from Carnegie Mellon University's Motion Capture Database(http://mocap.cs.cmu.edu/). They can be imported to motionbuilder and run well. And can be converted to .fbx file. What I need is to export the animation to series .obj file in which every single obj file is a model corresponding to a frame of the fbx file(or asf&amc file).
Is it possible to do it and how can I do it? Anyone can help me?
 
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