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Object Size From 3D Modeling Program to 3DExchange to IClone

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Object Size From 3D Modeling Program to 3DExchange to IClone

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I am finding when I import and object into 3DExchange from Modo or my other modeling program they are coming in very small. 3DExchange gives me a warning then pops up the avatar sizer.  I am using obj format for static items.
Here is my question, generally you want to size your objects as close as possible before import into another program. Is that the case here or once you bring the object into 3DExchange can you resize it as needed to transfer into IClone?
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Which is to say you can resize them in XChange or you can (as I do) change your settings in whatever program you are using to output correctly (in 3DS Max, for example, you can change the scaling properly, using, say, feet instead of centimeters,  and create things that are "people sized" as Max defaults to very small settings).



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