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17/05/2013 14:17:40

kornexls
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I can't figure out how to convert Sketchup to MUVIZU. Any help? I have tried a lot ov ways, with no success.
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17/05/2013 14:30:53

tiol101
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what are you tring to imporekornexls wrote:
I can't figure out how to convert Sketchup to MUVIZU. Any help? I have tried a lot ov ways, with no success.
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17/05/2013 14:55:27

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Have you watched the tutorial here? http://www.muvizu.com/Video/17248/Tutorial-06-Building-sets-Importing-3D-models

At which point are you having trouble?
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17/05/2013 15:17:31

Lev_Dynamite
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Hi kornexls,

You can download a plugin for Sketchup that allowed you to export 3D models made in Sketchup to the Muvizu-supported .ASE file format here: http://www.muvizu.com/download/muvizuaseexporter.rb <-- Just save this file to the "Plugins" folder under your Sketchup installation in the Program Files folder. Once that's in there, next time you start Sketchup you should be able to click Plugins > Muvizu ASE Export > Export ASE Format.

If that's not clear enough, you can probably get a better idea of how it works by watching this Tutorial on exporting a 3D object with collision to .ASE using Sketchup and then importing that .ASE file to Muvizu:
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17/05/2013 16:33:36

kornexls
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Lev_Dynamite wrote:
Hi kornexls,

You can download a plugin for Sketchup that allowed you to export 3D models made in Sketchup to the Muvizu-supported .ASE file format here: http://www.muvizu.com/download/muvizuaseexporter.rb <-- Just save this file to the "Plugins" folder under your Sketchup installation in the Program Files folder. Once that's in there, next time you start Sketchup you should be able to click Plugins > Muvizu ASE Export > Export ASE Format.

If that's not clear enough, you can probably get a better idea of how it works by watching this Tutorial on exporting a 3D object with collision to .ASE using Sketchup and then importing that .ASE file to Muvizu:


Thank you Lev Dynamite. You helped me greatly.
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17/05/2013 17:24:44

kornexls
kornexls
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Lev_Dynamite wrote:
Hi kornexls,

You can download a plugin for Sketchup that allowed you to export 3D models made in Sketchup to the Muvizu-supported .ASE file format here: http://www.muvizu.com/download/muvizuaseexporter.rb <-- Just save this file to the "Plugins" folder under your Sketchup installation in the Program Files folder. Once that's in there, next time you start Sketchup you should be able to click Plugins > Muvizu ASE Export > Export ASE Format.

If that's not clear enough, you can probably get a better idea of how it works by watching this Tutorial on exporting a 3D object with collision to .ASE using Sketchup and then importing that .ASE file to Muvizu:

How can you put it so it is an instrument? I want my character to hold a Submachine gun from Sketchup.
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17/05/2013 18:04:04

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Kornelxs - Sadly characters cannot interact with objects. The built in instruments are "special" Muvizu items so they have their own actions. You cannot get characters to hold objects that you have imported.
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18/05/2013 01:41:32

Dwarf
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To make better stuff on Muvizu, it's a good think to have also this pluging !
http://sketchuppluginreviews.com/2010/04/23/round-corner-2-1-google-sketchup-plugin-review-2/

An advice for a lover-boy about modeling in enginneering sofware (Sketchup isn't a real enginneer modeler, but it's pretty complete from a free software)
edited by Dwarf on 18/05/2013
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