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    Maya -> Max


    I've managed to successfully get rigged models from Maya, with animations, into an engine called Away3D. It was a bit of a learning curve to work out what would work and what doesn't (ie only 1 skin per rig) but it works, after a fashion.

    My problem is now that I'd like to be able to read this DAE back into 3D Studio Max. Again, with the latest OpenCollada plugin. This works, albeit with a skin whose weights are all wrong.

    Now for the $1,000,000 question / weirdness. When I export this again as a DAE, then re-import into Max, the UVs have been scaled up massively! I worked out somehow that if I simply get each number in the UVs and divide by 30 and add 0.48 they'd return to where they were - but how strange!

    Any ideas?

    Had to transform each by: UVW / 30 +.48

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    Jun 2011

    Re: Maya -> Max

    How about you use Cinema 4D instead...better overall and more compatible.

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