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Re: Converting Problems ( .obj / .3ds -> to -> .bsp or .map

Postby GlueDrinker » Apr 26th, '19, 11:05 pm

Looks pretty good.

20 brushes merged into 1 - yeah, don't skip the merging step if you want a decent topology.
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Re: Converting Problems ( .obj / .3ds -> to -> .bsp or .map

Postby Rust7 » Apr 28th, '19, 3:51 pm

Le another black niger wrote:both 3ds and obj work, models are not fairly large


Looks cool. Can you send these to me? Or you doing all the merge works now?
Somehow the models doesnt loaded for me, it's a shame. Hope this .map files will work.
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Re: Converting Problems ( .obj / .3ds -> to -> .bsp or .map

Postby Le another black niger » Apr 29th, '19, 8:25 am

Nothing to send, this is radiant of your choice, which is not loading models and maps.
Moreover it wont allow to quickly select generic set of brushes or faces and to merge them.
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Re: Converting Problems ( .obj / .3ds -> to -> .bsp or .map

Postby Rust7 » Apr 29th, '19, 9:40 am

And which Radiant is this?

Btw, I also thinks that Glue's idea is not bad too. Load the model, then re-create using it as 'blueprint'. But my GTK Radiant won't load the models in sadly. Viewing it, in an another program, is just not the same - much harder to copy it correctly, using only your eyes and guessing.

Oh and beside the results, thanks for spending some time for these broken files/ideas :D
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Re: Converting Problems ( .obj / .3ds -> to -> .bsp or .map

Postby GlueDrinker » Apr 29th, '19, 7:41 pm

Rust7 wrote:But my GTK Radiant won't load the models in sadly. Viewing it, in an another program, is just not the same - much harder to copy it correctly, using only your eyes and guessing.

My NetRadiant (very old build) can't load the model files either, but imports the .map files I sent you just fine.

Anyway, from those screenshots, it looks like autoclip does a better job than Blender at extruding triangles. The .map files generated by Blender are buggy, while autoclip's decompiled .map files look much better and may actually be used as they are (after merging). At this point, you better follow Le another black niger's method.
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