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PLEASE HELP!!! Issue imorting .dae from a Sketchup object to XPacker

(The picture is in Spanish but it's possible to just see the error)
Thanks anyway.


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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?

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.



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.
TO Nahuel Aquino.
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