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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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It will be solved in IK overhaul, in BETA 3. Since IK on hands are not working in current version.

That's good news though. :D

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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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Does that mean it'd take debugging to progress further? Also, if it comes to making an exporter, isn't a compiled plugin through the sdk an option?
Thanks for the answers.

Edit: not sure if i'll add anything new, but these LMTs contain attack data as well as motion. We got a tool, that extracts them as .mot and .atk http://www.mediafire.com/file/i5kiwxc4c4eibfe/RE6+LMT+Tool+v1.0.zip


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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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CringyUsername wrote:
compiled plugin through the sdk


It's not compiled plugin, its maxscript, im really tired of explaining theese over and over again.

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these LMTs contain attack data as well as motion. We got a tool, that extracts them as .mot and .atk


Those are not attack data, they are events, they trigger any action at certain time in animation, like play sound, spawn particle emitter and so on.

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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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I know yours is a script, but max has a c++ sdk and lets you make compiled plugins, which do their job much faster, needless to say. So my question is whether or not you're willing to do ditch maxscript. But either way, we're already waiting for export with the script we got and waiting is better than not exporting at all, we'll take anything we can.
Also, thanks for clarifying the .atk.


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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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CringyUsername wrote:
I know yours is a script, but max has a c++ sdk and lets you make compiled plugins, which do their job much faster, needless to say.


Since my script is supporting multiple games, sdk plugin would be bad idea to make, since I don't have debug version of max, it would be really hard to debug such thing. sdk plugin does not tell you when something went wrong, it just crashes max.

maxscript -> more error prone, much slower, can be used with any version of max, easy to debug, information riches, you cannot control memory management (you have only free and gc, you are not 100% sure if data you created are truly gone)

plugin -> does not accept errors; much faster; can be used only with one version of max (and that is sdk whinch is built on); if you do not write exeptions yourself, you don't have any debug information whinch can really hard to debug blinded afterwards(also try catch is slow); you must restart 3ds max each time you compile plugin (even if plugin is not loaded in max, max is checking timestamps of plugins on start)

Don't get me wrong, I had idea that I could make a plugin, but I choosed maxscript instead.

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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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Oh, never used the sdk myself, didn't know you have to get a special version to have debugging, is it some cash grab you gotta pay on top? Anyway, waiting is fun, we're used to it.


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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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BETA 3 has been released.

    Added MOD support for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (3ds), Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (WiiU), EX Troopers (PS3), Dragons Dogma (PS3)
    Changed ik solver from IKLimb to IKHISolver
    Reworked ik creation
    Fixed loading large models for v1 engine
    Fixed wrong skin weight loading
    Added load/save ik preset
    Added independent LMT loading
    Added naming and sorting options for model loading
    Reworked UI, more simple, less confusing
    Reworked site, simple tutorial.

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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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PredatorCZ wrote:
BETA 3 has been released.

    Added MOD support for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (3ds), Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (WiiU), EX Troopers (PS3), Dragons Dogma (PS3)
    Changed ik solver from IKLimb to IKHISolver
    Reworked ik creation
    Fixed loading large models for v1 engine
    Fixed wrong skin weight loading
    Added load/save ik preset
    Added independent LMT loading
    Added naming and sorting options for model loading
    Reworked UI, more simple, less confusing
    Reworked site, simple tutorial.

Good stuff like always :) i am using this plugin all the way.

Hey, you mentioned that RE6 is divided in upper and lower body anims. How did you combine it? I remember seeing GIF when enemy from re6 had full motion. How did you do it.

P.S. Just a quick request, can you make it work on Max 2018 :)


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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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Is there any documentation available anywhere on MT model and motion formats, whether by you or somebody else?


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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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Does this work with 3ds Max 2012?


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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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Hello, i test tools to Ace Attorney dual destinies (IOS version) models, tool load pretty good models and animations, but sequel (Spirit of Justice) have simular files systems, but can't load models and animations, 3ds Max was freezed.
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And the models from Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 (PC) loads also well, but here with the upload of animation problems, the model twists and exhibits a strange movement. I will wait when it will be possible to load them normally. Good luck in updating script!
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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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8Yaron8 wrote:
sequel (Spirit of Justice) have simular files systems, but can't load models and animations, 3ds Max was freezed.

Only games I wrote are fully tested/supported, attempting to load assets from unsupported games might lead to unexpected behaviour.
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And the models from Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 (PC) loads also well, but here with the upload of animation problems, the model twists and exhibits a strange movement.

I wrote that animations from UMvC3 can be loaded, but are wrong, this game seems to use different animation system from others. That would might require new importer, and I don't think I'll make one only for this one case.

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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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Are you still working on the tool or have you lost all interest?


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What about Dragon's Dogma Online?


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Dragons Dogma Online uses Blowfish encryption and would require key.


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