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DAZ prop export options

Posted By toonarama 13 Years Ago
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Hello there

I have the game developers kit and therefore can use the decimator prior to export.

But whould I export as OBJ or FBX?

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As I understand it, .obj is for static props, and .fbx is for bone-rigged characters (or props).

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Yes FBX is the way to go. Check out the video below for a tutorial. Smile



                                                                

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Thanks very much for your help Namunger and Peter -



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