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I cannot get UV map textures to load on my DAE correctly when importing into viewer. My process: 1st I tried to use the OpenCOLLADA file extension for 3Ds Max 2014, exported as DAE and imported into viewer. Mesh will upload, but textures are messed up. UV Map info not accepted. *See photos 2nd I tried FBX converter 2013. Saved as FBX and converted to OpenCOLLADA. Tried to import into viewer and I received a DAE parsing error. Can you please help me? Tools: 3Ds Max 2014 FBX Converter 2013
Hello, i'm making a spotlight model for a building i uploaded yesterday. The building itself went flawless without errors, all LODs named correctly etc. But this one gives me some strange behavior. Some info (3 seperated parts, 2 of them will be copied in-game for more spotlights on the rails) 3DS Max: Default mesh: LOD2: Names: Materials: All looks fine here, LOD has same number of materials, just different polycount. I only did 1 LOD for this example because the error happens on the first LOD already. Secondlife: Error: Material of model is not a subset of reference model. This happens due not the same amount of materials of the LOD, i get that. What i don't get is why the spotlight part of the LOD becomes a cube all of a sudden, we've seen the LOD mesh. I have no idea how to fix this. I've tried reopening 3DS max, restarting my computer, RE-making the LODS, Reset XForm but nothing seems to help. Sincerely. EDIT: This does not happen when i export without the Rails