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    Does any one have any experience with AutoCAD and UT2004 I have some cool weapons I’ve made in 3d using AutoCAD Like Robocop’s pistol and a twinberries assault rifle I’d like to put in to unreal but I haven’t figured out how I managed to import in to Maya but I can't figure out how to get Maya or AutoCAD into the unreal editor or ut2004

  • #2
    Snap,
    i made sum weapons with carrara studio and saved them as .3ds but now im stuck, what do ya do once you have made the guns?!

    lol,

    :weird:

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    • #3
      on the unreal tournament play disc there is an installer that will let you export maya files to the unrealed, i dont know but i think it is for maya ple, which is also included.
      hope that helps

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dppwdrmn
        on the unreal tournament play disc there is an installer that will let you export maya files to the unrealed, i dont know but i think it is for maya ple, which is also included.
        hope that helps
        Is that the utility that they bring up in the little box use in the tutorial videos? Do you know witch disk or folder its under (I have ut2004 se) and do you know what the .exe is called?

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        • #5
          i dont know which disk of the se version it might be on, but in the cd set it is on the play disc in a folder called 'extras'
          in this folder there are more folders, and one of them is call 'maya' or 'maya ple', something like that.
          there are two .exes in this folder, one to install maya ple, and the other is the export program, which just adds to the maya ple already installed.

          sorry about grammer, in the middle of class

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          • #6
            It's on the main play disk on the SE under disk 6 (for those who don't have it the DVD is split into the 6 cds you guys had to use to install)

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            • #7
              i found it thanks guys

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              • #8
                For those of you who have work in 3d studio, AutoCAD, and other design applications I ran across a website called www.righthemisphere.com
                If you open u paint after installing it from disk 6 of the ut2004 disks and in the upper right hand corner there’s a button that says updates. This will take you to the same web site as I mentioned.
                Any way there is a lot of software one in particular called CoreCAD turns AutoCAD, Microstation, and other file to Maya files. For .3ds files try saving them to .dwg or .dxf files or if you have AutoCAD I know you can import .3ds file in to it.
                You can download demos of all their software if you don't want to pay major major big bucks for the full versions. Just go to downloads and sign up and check all there software listed they will email your links to all the software where you can download the demo software
                Make sure to download
                Deep exploration
                This is the base program for CoreCAD
                Good luck all and have fun

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                • #9
                  I think there is a 3ds exporter on the Unreal developer's site. Check the links section off the main ut home page.

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