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    Multiple UV sets from Cinema 4D

    Hi,
    how do you import multiple UV sets from Cinema 4D to UDK using FBX? I've tried but it didn't work.

    Thanks

    #2
    Originally posted by Klopklop View Post
    Hi,
    how do you import multiple UV sets from Cinema 4D to UDK using FBX? I've tried but it didn't work.

    Thanks
    any solution?

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      #3
      Umm, does Cinema 4D support multiple uv channels?

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        #4
        yes. also the FBX (exported from cinema) includes the both uv sets, I created a ASE from it (converted with 3ds max) and opened in udk. This works

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          #5
          1. Export from c4d fbx and select " As Text File "
          2. Open fbx file with Notepad
          3. Search for " LayerElementUV: "
          4. LayerElementUV: 0 is there (thats your first UV channel) do nothing, jump to next LayerElementUV:1
          5. LayerElementUV:1 is there (thats your sec UV channel) set only "1" Name:"1"-- look screenshots
          If you have only 2 channels and one object you are finished, if you have more UV channels and more objects, than find all LayerElementUV: and enter the numbers for diferent UV channels

          and dont forget to save in notepad the fbx file,before import into udk!

          link to screenshots!
          https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1725465/C4D...iUWChannel.zip

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            #6
            momatic you are the KING Thank you sooooo much!
            Did you also know how to edit the smoothing groups?

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              #7
              Try this!
              http://forums.epicgames.com/threads/...?highlight=c4d

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                #8
                thank you momatic I'm working on a t3d export plugin. When it's finished you are the first who gets it from me

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                  #9
                  cool, thanks!

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