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pepperman

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#1 10 years ago

Anyone out there tried 3D Object Converter? 3D Object Converter, a powerful 3d model translation and interactive viewing shareware tool that allows arbitrary 3d model data to be imported from external sources, exported to various industry standard 3d file formats with great accuracy and quality. The program supports 537 file formats. It is available for Windows95/98/Me/NT/2K/2003/XP 32/XP 64/Vista 32/Vista 64. 3D Object Converter




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#2 10 years ago

Never heard of it but it looks to be a very intersting and useful tool




CanadianBorg

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#3 10 years ago

Intriguing...

EDIT: Downloaded. An interesting program, problem is it takes forever to find one file format, and it STILL doesn't have .m3d files! (I REALLY want to port stuff from Legacy).




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#4 10 years ago

Where tLegacy is concerened You need to talk to the model makers.




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#5 10 years ago

Hello: This looks very interesting indeed! It may help me get SFC models I cannot import maybe?. Because there are ships I'd like to have for personal use but they are heavy and make my ms3d to crash oO . But I am sure what I say is just the very top of the iceberg. No doubts this programs should be very powerful :)




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#6 10 years ago
Chiletrek;4775695Hello: This looks very interesting indeed! It may help me get SFC models I cannot import maybe?. Because there are ships I'd like to have for personal use but they are heavy and make my ms3d to crash oO . But I am sure what I say is just the very top of the iceberg. No doubts this programs should be very powerful :)

Chiletrek, have you tried CV? I have found that it work pretty good with a lot of the SFC models.




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#7 10 years ago

Yeah I'd recommend CV as well, I've used it in the past to open SFC models that MS3D can't open.




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#8 10 years ago

Same here.




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#9 10 years ago
starfox1701;4775647Where tLegacy is concerened You need to talk to the model makers.

Im pretty sure he's talking about the stock ships(hes brought it up before).




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#10 10 years ago

You can't release those. Bethesda won't give permission. There are better looking ships in the same poly range elsewhere if they are wanted for personal use.