Quick conversion of imported vanilla pmd

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Quick conversion of imported vanilla pmd

#1 Post by ohaha » 18 Sep 2015 21:04

In case anyone is interested, this is (roughly) how I convert imported pmd's
Pardon the quality, I had to concatenate two videos, due to limited recording time.
This does not show you how to set up SCS Blender Tools, it is implied you already know it.
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Re: Quick conversion of imported vanilla pmd

#2 Post by abasstreppas » 18 Sep 2015 21:06

Hate you bro, soon I don't have any excuses left :lol:
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Re: Quick conversion of imported vanilla pmd

#3 Post by CrazyGijs » 18 Sep 2015 21:26

That's ohaha for you :lol:
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Re: Quick conversion of imported vanilla pmd

#4 Post by davidzoli » 19 Sep 2015 21:16

Great! Thank you for this! :)
Helped a lot!

And good to see how a master works and use the tools :D
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Re: Quick conversion of imported vanilla pmd

#5 Post by EvgenKo423 » 22 May 2016 18:24

Thanks for this video!! :) Though it was hard to watch without seeing a cursor...

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