Strange but curious marriage....

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  10 October 2003
Question Strange but curious marriage....

Hello all,

Wonderful job thus far

I have been watching this project since the beginning and have enjoyed alot of what I have seen thus far, but now Im hoping that through your experience on this project that one of you could help me.

Currently I am switching over from LW to Maya and have a dilema. I cant seem to export my LightWave models to Maya without having some type of difficulty. I looked into using the FBX file format and I checked what it suppported :annoyed: ...well it stated it doesnt support "sub-patching"???

The models that Blue Cougar are working on are coming straight out of Lightwave. Can you guys share with me how your getting them into Maya? or if you have ran into any difficulty?

Thank you,

I would appreciate it more than you know.



"I see my path, but I don't know where it leads. Not knowing where I'm going is what inspires me to travel it."
  10 October 2003
I'm sure BlueCougar can help you, maybe you should try a pm.
Kai Stavginski

"There's nothing to it but to do it!"
  10 October 2003
Simply we used FBX, no problem. (it was version 3, not testing version 5, yet)
Ila Soleimani

"Billions of bilious blue blistering barbecued barnacles!...Cannibal!"

  01 January 2006
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