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Guest superjari

HEEEEEEEY, that's cool!

 

I'll soon give it a try!

 

THNX

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Orbit

I was trying the mentioante it Bryce tutorial. UNfortunately I have encount a problem. After the first two steps from tutorial:

"Step 1 In AutoCAD, go to FileExport

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CADTutor
How can I fix that inconvenience?

 

Which versions of AutoCAD and Bryce are you using?

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Orbit

Autocad 2002

Bryce 5

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Orbit

Mea culpa.

 

I saved the 3d- studio file in the wrong place. :oops:

Bryce does a nice work.

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CADTutor

Oh good because I just couldn't come up with an explanation.

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PaulH

Hi

The above link... http://www.cadtutor.net/tutorials/bryce/atob/atob.html seems broken. When it was working, did it require 2012 to export a 3ds file as 2011 cannot export a 3ds file, and I don't think the patch for 2009 works any more as autodesk no longer supported it. I assumed it was because autodesk had their own renderer, but Bryce is so cute once you get around its insane user interface.

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Cad64

This thread is 8 years old.

I'm sure that tutorial was probably for 2002, which was able to export to 3ds format.

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BlackBox

This thread is officially "zombified" :P

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