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    Originally posted by ShadeMistress View Post
    there's a program I've used in the past to convert .LWO (among other formats) to .max and .3ds called AccuTrans 3D, can find it here: http://www.micromouse.ca/

    I know you can convert/import 3ds/max... dunno if it helps any.

    One note, any double-sided polys will become single-sided, rarely some polys will get flipped (really rare though), and most models will lose all UV texture maps... So you'll probably have to re-texture it once converted.
    ShadeMistress,

    Thanks, I will check it out.

    Teddie

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    there's a program I've used in the past to convert .LWO (among other formats) to .max and .3ds called AccuTrans 3D, can find it here: http://www.micromouse.ca/

    I know you can convert/import 3ds/max... dunno if it helps any.

    One note, any double-sided polys will become single-sided, rarely some polys will get flipped (really rare though), and most models will lose all UV texture maps... So you'll probably have to re-texture it once converted.

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    LightWave lwo to ase

    Guys and gals,

    Anyone here using something to convert .lwo to .ase?

    All my archived models from past projects I did in LightWave, .lwo format which the new ued doesn't support for importing.

    Thanks in advance.

    Teddie
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