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Any 3D stuff could upload to second life ?

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3D mesh models must be uploaded in collada (DAE) format.  There are many software programs that you can use for creating models.  Blender is the most popular in SL, and the only free one.  If you are interested in 3D modelling, start here to read the basic requirements and get an idea of what is involved >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Mesh

 

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3D mesh models must be uploaded in collada (DAE) format.  There are many software programs that you can use for creating models.  Blender is the most popular in SL, and the only free one.  If you are interested in 3D modelling, start here to read the basic requirements and get an idea of what is involved >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Mesh

 

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hi

once you got the object save in the right format.

you can up load it

but you have to paid to do that

so you need payment details log with linden labs.

and you need to do a test, so you understand the law about using other people things or design

you know it as pirateing.

and the law apply in game

good luck with your designs

and remember to make a licence, telling people how they may use the item, and make sure if its pass it on, you get paid again.

good luck

byee

Before you can upload mesh objects, you must:

  • Have payment information on file. You can add payment information by visiting the Billing Information section of your Second Life account page.
  • Complete the Mesh IP Tutorial (if you're using the Aditi beta grid, click here instead), which verifies your knowledge of intellectual property rules. Be sure you own the rights or have permission from the rights owner before uploading your mesh content. Violations of intellectual property rights can result in the suspension or termination of your Second Life account and may even cause the permanent revocation of your ability to upload mesh objects!
  • Have at least one compatible COLLADA (.dae) file on your computer. You can create your own by using most popular 3D software packages, or, if you have the appropriate rights, you can download models created by other 3D artists from online repositories. Try our sample content page for a free model if you're just getting started.

You may check your mesh upload status at any time by visiting your account page on the Second Life website.

good luck

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