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Socoder -> Blitz -> .max

Posted : Thursday, 19 June 2008, 13:36
DrOnuki
Does B3D support .max models?
Posted : Thursday, 19 June 2008, 14:08
Scherererer
nope

MD2*, BSP*, X, 3DS or B3D

* MD2 & BSP have different loading systems than X, 3DS and B3D

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Posted : Thursday, 19 June 2008, 16:27
DrOnuki
Well, thanks!!
Posted : Thursday, 19 June 2008, 18:16
Afr0
Well, err, yeah, it does?
B3D has commands for displaying primitives on screen, so per definition, yes, it does.
You might wanna choose a format that's a little less proprietary, though. I tried searching on Google for the *.max format specification, but didn't come up with anything.
If you're desperate, you can always make a MaxScript for exporting to *.b3d, which is an 'open' format, in terms of specification.

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