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Import multiple objects in alignment next to each other

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Hi,

Is there a way to import into iclone 7 several objects in .obj (or .fbx) format at the same time and in a way aligned one next to the other like in the picture?
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Do you have 3DXChange 7? If you don't, you can't import FBX and OBJ into IC7.
However, CC3 lets you import FBX and OBJ items. But you have to go to
Create and Accessory at the Top.





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You can only import a single prop at the time.

So you would create a dummy prop in the application your are exporting from first and then attach each of the other props to it. This will keep them in position when you import the dummy prop.

After importing you can then detach each of the props from the dummy to separate them.


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Hi,
sorry to answer only now
Thank you for your answers but I think the process looks quite complicated lol



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