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08/09/2012 17:36:52

Rob85
Rob85
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Hallo everyone,

for my next Video, I need a ghettoblaster, can anyone build one for me?

thank you

Regards
Rob
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09/09/2012 08:07:02

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
ukBerty
Posts: 976
Rob85,

For items such as this you need to get into Google Sketchup. You an download ready made models from the 3D Warehouse and then import them into Muvizu. I've had a quick look and there's quite a few GhettoBlaster models available.

It will take you a while to get your head round it, but you don't need to be an expert in order to simply download a model and export to Muvizu.

Download Sketchup here - http://www.sketchup.com
Then you need the exporter plug in here - http://www.rodneyandberty.co.uk/downloads/

Any problems post them back here and we'll help you out.
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09/09/2012 13:06:02

Rob85
Rob85
Posts: 40
Hi ukBerty,

thank you for the links. But where to unzip the Plug In?

thank you
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09/09/2012 13:21:42

InsaneHamster
InsaneHamster
Posts: 272
Hey Rob85.

Go to where Sketchup is installed like C:/programs/sketchup there is a folder that is named plugins unzip to there
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09/09/2012 13:23:19

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
ziggy72
Posts: 1988
Hi Rob - export the plugin to your google install directory, usually :

C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Google Sketchup 8\Plug Ins\

It will appear in the Plugins drop down menu in Sketchup as 'HardPCMs Exporter for Unreal Tournament', all being well.
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09/09/2012 13:31:23

Rob85
Rob85
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thank you very much
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09/09/2012 14:35:28

Rob85
Rob85
Posts: 40
I´ve tried to import a big house, but Muvizu says "The Object is too small to be imported" what can I do?
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09/09/2012 16:53:04

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
ukBerty
Posts: 976
Rob,

Welcome to the wonderful world of importing objects. Look forward to many hours of frustration and swearing.

"Object too small" is something that crept it's way in on version 20b I think. No real idea what it means, but normally it doesn't seem to stop anything working. Most, if not all, of my sets give this error now when opening up as there are some imported objects which Muvizu no longer likes.

All of which is not much help to you. Did Muvizu actually import the object or did it refuse ? You could try exporting the house in pieces, or probably find another, less ambitious model.
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