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Hi !
I exported gwynn in fbx format via 3dx change and I wanted to modify it in 3dsmax. but when i want to re-import via 3ds change( in fbx format), I can see all the polygons.
I used the fbx export options smoothing groups .

Has anyone the solutions to have a smooth mesh ?

Thx
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evidanse (7/23/2015)
Hi !
I exported gwynn in fbx format via 3dx change and I wanted to modify it in 3dsmax. but when i want to re-import via 3ds change( in fbx format), I can see all the polygons.
I used the fbx export options smoothing groups .

Has anyone the solutions to have a smooth mesh ?

Thx

In 3DXchange you can also "Auto Smooth" your surfaces (per Material).

Select a Material in the "Material (Y)" section, then in the "Normal (O)" set the angle for auto smoothing and click "Auto Smooth". You have to do it for every Materials though.


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You can shift select everything you need smoothed in the scene-tree, and then hit autosmooth. Might as well do them all at once.
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You can shift select everything you need smoothed in the scene-tree, and then hit autosmooth. Might as well do them all at once.

Ah, thanks for the tip!


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