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I'm new to Second Life. My account says it's older than I've used it, but I've always wanted to dip into it. I'm curious on the expected pricing of an export of a model I own. So I have my own 3D model of a character I'm wanting to export to SL. It's already been rigged, weighted, textured, everything. Even some emission maps for the glow that may need tweaking. I've read the documentation and understand that the hierarchy has to follow SL's own naming. Admittedly, it's partially my own impatience. I've tried Avastar repeatedly, even with the guide of the some of the residents that
Hi everyone I have this error on the log of Second life Mesh import from my project in blender 2.93.2: LOD3 Skinning disabled due to too many joints: 133, maximum: 110 LOD3 Skinning disabled due to too many joints: 133, maximum: 110 LOD3 Skinning disabled due to too many joints: 133, maximum: 110 in 2.79 blender there used to be a feature on export to remove bones not wanting to be exported by the model . Nothing I have tried so far gets passed this and I am hopeful somebody more advanced has the answers of how to work around this please the mesh boning is based on bento a
Sorry for the fairly noob question, but I'm really struggling with this one. I've successfully created normal, diffuse UV maps from Blender 2.9. I did check the export to SL option. However, when I import the mesh object into Second Life and the texture maps, they are not aligning to the faces. In fact the mesh, which is a single prim, doesn't appear to have any set face in SL. How is it that I've been able to create UV maps and apply textures to faces in Blender 2.9 but despite clicking the export to SL option, SL won't recognise where the faces are on the object in SL? I know
I'm new to create mesh in blender and I'm trying to export a clock for second life but have an error of "missing required level of detail". What do I do? I'm new, so I don't know work in the world of creations still.