application transfers


#1

For starters I am purchasing some props/3d models from a merchant, can I be sent in a direction at purchase how to upload to Collada and then transfer to my 3d software application? Thanks please reply.


#2

It’s very difficult to work with COLLADA in software. There aren’t really off the shelf solutions. Can you PLEASE convince me you (mexican77) are not a robot?

COLLADA is a major technology investment, and software that works with it should be offline, meaning that you need at least two softwares: a COLLADA processor, and a runtime that uses the output of the processor, not in COLLADA.


#3

[quote=mick p.;42659]it’s very difficult to work with collada in software. There aren’t really off the shelf solutions. Can you please convince me you (mexican77) are not a robot?

Collada is a major technology investment, and software that works with it should be offline, meaning that you need at least two softwares: A collada processor, and a runtime that uses the output of the processor, not in collada.[/quote]

   not a robot what do you mean offline?????

#4

Thank you mexican77. It depends. If “3d software application” means an editor like Blender, or some software that you are a developer/maintainer of that consumes 3D data.

By “offline” I mean a second software that does a task to prepare your 3D data in advance of your “3D software application” that is sometimes called a “runtime.” It runs when your software is not online, so it is offline.

I’m sorry I can’t be of more help. I don’t quite follow your original question. COLLADA is a file format.


#5

[QUOTE=Mick P.;42672]Thank you mexican77. It depends. If “3d software application” means an editor like Blender, or some software that you are a developer/maintainer of that consumes 3D data.

By “offline” I mean a second software that does a task to prepare your 3D data in advance of your “3D software application” that is sometimes called a “runtime.” It runs when your software is not online, so it is offline.

I’m sorry I can’t be of more help. I don’t quite follow your original question. COLLADA is a file format.[/QUOTE]

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