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Can I use this rgged model in iClone?

Posted By g.houthoff 5 Months Ago
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Hi icloners,
I want to play around with this rigged marlin model for Cinema 4 D(see link) in Iclone.
https://www.turbosquid.com/3d-models/blue-marlin-rigged-3d-model/1105432

Question is can I use the rig system in Iclone? 
I am a beginner with iclone and want to know before I buy the model...
Any ideas?
Tnx!
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Because it is only available in Cinema 4D format, you would not be able to use it, unless it is converted to FBX.

You can import 3D FBX models into iClone via 3DXchange. Since it is a non-human model, it would not be straightforward to animate. So it's quite a gamble and $99 is not cheap.



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Thanks for the reply! I will find out if I can let it convert to .FBX
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George




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