3d models supported?

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3d models supported?

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What models are supported by AA right now? ANybody know? I'm looking for export scripts for Blender that will export to a format AA understands....

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I believe it's asc we're dealing with... ase or mod... Can't really remember... The movie pack folder contains cycle.ase tho, so...
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zmodelor is a free modeling program for driving games & it exports to .mod i dunno if they actually work yet.. but i'd like to go this route, seeing as the moviepack bikes wheels dont actually spin

the moviepack bikes are .ase & easily replaced with .ase from many modeling programs

anyone know of a .mod exporter for 3dmax, or a .3ds to .mod stand alone converter ?

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Road Kill has posted the exporters to use with 3dsmax somewhere on the forum (even twice if i remember correctly) search and you should find :)

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Oh, if it is Z-modeler, i can also make mod files :D

good to know...

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SuPeRTaRD wrote:zmodelor is a free modeling program for driving games & it exports to .mod i dunno if they actually work yet.. but i'd like to go this route, seeing as the moviepack bikes wheels dont actually spin

the moviepack bikes are .ase & easily replaced with .ase from many modeling programs

anyone know of a .mod exporter for 3dmax, or a .3ds to .mod stand alone converter ?
lol my version of zmodeler supports everything (3ds, .max, carmods from GTA....) but not .mod
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Nice little bump. Anyway, .mod isn't a standard format; it's a simple contraption that exists just for Arma, if it's not one of the dozens of unrelated formats. And while it gets you spinning wheels, texturing is limited.
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