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    Caligari trueSpace Import Export Suite

    I've added full support for Caligari trueSpace files to my Radiosity Import Export Suite. So now you can export radiosity solutions from Blender to trueSpace.

    Instructions
    Run the import script, then middle-click on a file with a .cob, .scn, or .radio extension.
    Run the export script, then enter a file name with a .cob or .radio extension. If you middle-click on a file, it will be overwritten without warning.
    Isn't the automatic file format detection wonderful?

    Supported formats
    *.radio - import and export
    *.cob - import and export
    *.scn - import only

    Download the suite here (in the Python Scripts section).

    Enjoy.



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    I enjoyed using your script, but it wasn't as useful for me as I had hoped. I was hoping I could use the truespace export script to import radiosity solutions into Bryce (which reads truespace files)--however I forgot that Bryce can't read vertex colors at all, so while I could import my blender objects, the radiosity was gone.

    Thanks anyway,
    Matt



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    Wow...

    Excellent - finally a cob import/exprt!! I've been after something like this to import models from Freespace 2 for ages!...

    Does it do UV coordinates as well? (PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!)

    I'm gonna test it out as soon as I get home from school.... Thanks a lot dude!

    LethalSideParting



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    Just a note: it is possible to export radiosity colors from blender to povray ( ) with povanim:



    jm



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    Originally Posted by jms
    Just a note: it is possible to export radiosity colors from blender to povray ( ) with povanim:



    jm

    Cool... But what is povanim?

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    brian (always on the look out for cool & free stuff!)



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    Cool... But what is povanim?
    http://jmsoler.free.fr/util/blenderfile/povanim.htm

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