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Revo1

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#1 9 years ago

hey guys i finally managed to finsh weighing my palpatine frank for those who remember. WEll now the problem i have is compiling it.

i make the model.car and all and when i put it in carcass it gives me this error and closes.

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i dont know what it really means, thing is i weighed everypart from caps to model.




minilogoguy18

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#2 9 years ago

It means exactly what it says, vert 0 has no weights, in XSI all vertex's are numbered, find vertex 0 and make sure it is enveloped to a bone.




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#3 9 years ago
minilogoguy18;4935310It means exactly what it says, vert 0 has no weights, in XSI all vertex's are numbered, find vertex 0 and make sure it is enveloped to a bone.

Same in Max, btw.

Just check the hips in your modelling program and make sure every vert is weighted. Usually, if your vert 0 already has no weights, it's safe to assume that it's not the only one you've missed.




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#4 9 years ago

Sorry to tell you i have trouble understanding. usually i just select my parts like hips legs and weigh them to the bone so i have trouble understaing why one vertex (dot) would be apart from the other ones? and that i would need to weigh it apart? sorry my thing is more mapping and i have trouble with this whole weighing so sorry again. ;)




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#5 9 years ago
Revo1;4935534Sorry to tell you i have trouble understanding. usually i just select my parts like hips legs and weigh them to the bone so i have trouble understaing why one vertex (dot) would be apart from the other ones? and that i would need to weigh it apart? sorry my thing is more mapping and i have trouble with this whole weighing so sorry again. ;)

To make it a little easier on anyone who's trying to help you, please tell us what you mean with "weight them to the bone", because obviously you're making a mistake there (otherwise compiling with carcass.exe would work).

Also, tell us which modelling program you use please. The actual process of weighting varies a bit between Max and the XSi tool, so knowing which one you use is crucial here.

Generally, weighting is a process that happens on the vertex level of a mesh, so if you don't know yet how to manipulate the weight of a single vertex, you likely want to re-read the tutorial you've been using as that's the most fundamental and important part of the process.




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#6 9 years ago

Thanks, first of all i work with XSI mod tools. and i read all of eclypse tutorial did as he said. weighted it and then compiled it. everything worked fine except the arms werent well connected to the bones so i did it again reweighted it to more bones and changed a couple of stuff. save it export it and when i compile i get this error. its notthe first time i weighted a model and nowit gives me this. you say it is because a vertex isnt connected. what i dont understand is why would one vertex not be connected if all i do is select the part like hips or legs and connect it to the bone. i never got this error before and i was wondering why i would ge it now ?