Discussion in 'Bob's Track Builder' started by Nahuel Aquino, Dec 23, 2014.
(The picture is in Spanish but it's possible to just see the error)
are you importing to a new xpacker file, or re editing it.
i see by he picture you don't have a object added.
I'm importing a new object that I created in Sketchup to the xpacker, but I don't really know how to do it. What I get to do before add a .dae object?
A video on how to -
Part III - importing model to Xpack
Excuse me, I have another problem, "TODO: mesh parts have different vertex buffer definition"
What is this?
The simplest example of a vertex buffer is one that only contains position data. It can be visualized like the following illustration.
More often, a vertex buffer contains all the data needed to fully specify 3D vertices. An example of this could be a vertex buffer that contains per-vertex position, normal and texture coordinates. This data is usually organized as sets of per-vertex elements, as shown in the following illustration.
From what I dont really understand,I would say that part of your model is a bit f--ked up!!
Might be able to help more if you sent me the model.
What Sketchup version are you using?
It's been a while since I've done any modelling, but I do seem to recall that any Sketchup version higher then version 7, outputs the DAE format differently, and Xpacker has trouble reading it.
If Sketchup exports as .3ds, try using that format instead.
another tutorial for sketch up objects to rfactor.
edit: updated version. the old one had a few mistakes.
I'm using the 8 version of Sketchup. Now I'll try the sixth version...
TO Nahuel Aquino.
Why are you sticking DISLIKES on posts that have been put there to help you? This is the second thread you've done it on!
Well, finally got it. The solution was Sketchup 6. Whatever thanks for all!
Got the feeling we don't speak the same language!!!!!!!
And therefore i won't help him any further.
There was no need for that language in a public forum.
I have reported you @Nahuel Aquino, enjoy your time in Simberia & consider how YOU would feel after giving advice & being treated & 'spoken' to in such a manner.
You first. Warned, any further insults will get you banned.
Separate names with a comma.