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    It wouldn't appear as though MilkShape can export to anything that Maya will understand.

    I thought that I had figured this out, but I must have been wrong, how would I get the ukx converted to a psk/psa?

    Thank you for trying to help, it just boggles my mind that no one has ever tried to open the existing Unreal folks in Maya...

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    I'd really like to answer your question, but I haven't tried any kind of Animating yet. From what I have gleaned, you probably need to use Milkshape to convert your psk file to something that Maya recognizes(don't know what format Maya uses).

    So, find out what format Maya uses/can Import. Then find out if MilkShape can convert from psk to that particular format. If it will, there's a possible solution.

    I assume this is a full version of Maya 5 and not the PLE version: Try looking for a Plugin that recognizes/Uses psk files specifically. ActorX does mostly Export from Maya to UEd, I don't think it adds any kind of Import functionality(could be wrong).

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    Okay, I have posted at Alias without much luck as well. I seriously can't believe that this hasn't come up before.

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    You may want to ask the question at the Alias Wavefront Forums.

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    Seriously, does no one know? Or do you have no idea what I'm talking about?

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    bump

    I figured that a lot of people would ask this but I haven't found any posts regarding this so...

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    Meshes in Maya 5

    I have been trying to use impersonator for awhile now, but I can't figure out how to import meshes from psk files to add the necessary bones. As the topic title says, I am using Maya 5 with a working Actorx plugin (I don't actually know what I need that for).

    I've been looking for the answer for awhile and I can't find it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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