I'm sorry but there has been a lot of tension lately on achieving to get the scn models for hacking purposes in-game on other forums, so for now i will keep this project private unless someone can actually help me getting the quaternions working and also to be someone to be trusted, i'm afraid this gets on the wrong hands.raykingnihong wrote:Hello friends can share latest 3dmax script, please, thank you
Join also our Discord channel! Click here.
Post questions about game models here, or help out others!
- Posts: 62
- Joined: Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:39 pm
- Has thanked: 18 times
- Been thanked: 9 times
Hello, how i can open scn models? Please help me =Draykingnihong wrote:Hello friends can share latest 3dmax script, please, thank youSeyren wrote:Animations "work" now:
See the asteroid being blown in low framerate
However, there is a issue that in a lot of models although the angles are okay, the angles are reverted, let me show it:
You can see that the fingers are going up instead of down, this happens on a lot of anims.
Here is even worse, lol.
I have no clue why this happens, i tried a lot of stuff and i can't manage to get it right.
Since the devs work on maya i'm trying to do a py script on maya in hopes of getting this working somehow, because i did all sorts of attempts on MS and i can't manage to get it.
I'll keep working on both 3DS and Maya to get some clues.
- Posts: 3101
- Joined: Fri Apr 20, 2012 9:24 am
- Location: Nexus, searching for Jim Kirk
- Has thanked: 822 times
- Been thanked: 1646 times
Hi and welcome to the forum!denny9700 wrote:Hello, how i can open scn models? Please help me =D
First of all: this is Seyren's grandiose thread on reversing animations.
It's a WIP and imho it's not aimed at beginners.
So you may run into many troubles when using it as your starting point with scn files.
I remember barti having made a simple scn script which you might use as a startup.
(Search for barti as an author and then in the "Search these results:" edit box enter scn:
will give you 3 matches)
If you insist on continuing here , well, Seyren's post as of Tue Jun 03, 2014 1:31 pm might be a good starting point.
Try out SeySCNTool.
(If you're meeting problems: read this thread from the very beginning.)