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On 11/07/2006 at 06:47, xxxxxxxx wrote:
some new update to my open-source project concerning Poser-imports:
Some localisation of language is still needed (replace some literals in code by res->GetString), but except of this (all functions work properly on my system so far) :
Environment: C4D 9.5/9.6, Windows XP, pure C.O.F.F.E.E:
1a.) Import welded Mesh (for Boneanim) -> Ready to be tested
1b.) Import Pointclouds (for PLA/Morphanim.) -> Ready to be tested
2.) Import MTL-file-> Ready to be tested
3.) Setup Skeleton-restrictions including saveable/loadable script-> Ready to be testet
4.) Move Polygonselection-borders between two selections (needed to make shldr and collar looking right in animation) -> Ready to be tested
5.) Setup mesh as conforming cloth, conform it to figure-> Ready to be tested
6.) Convert pointclouds to PLA/Morph-animations -> Ready to be tested
7.) Import of lines in an OBJ-File as splines into C4D for later user with HAIR (Conversion to guides with hair is possible) -> Ready to be tested
8.) Import animation of a bone-skeleton on the tracks of an existing one selected to be inserted a specified frameposition inside your scene -> Ready to be tested
ToDo for me:
localisation of literals inside the code (s. above), write a documentation for the plugin(s)
But how do I get someone testing this, helping me releasing it? I do not have a website myself to publish it there. I did not find a text concerning the post of a plugin here so far (maybe I am too silly :) ), although I would rader prefer some other people have a look at it, before posting an offical beta, cause I really would like to know something about the plugin working on a Mac or toher Cinema-versions/OS-versions.
As said, it is planned as open source, absoultely cost-free for everyone without any commercial interest, because I found so much helpful open-source plugs and help of the community that I feel responsible of giving something good back, if I can.
Please contact me, if still interested.
Ps: Sorry for my worse othography and grammar ;)