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Old 24th January 2022, 03:59 PM   #11
Tomkat
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Default Re: Metasequoia (.mqo) export?

If you refer to my original post...

The .mqo format is the CLOSEST format I have seen in terms of the data I need in the layout that I need it.

The vertices (and their coordinates) are grouped and listed in exact order.

The face data is clear, simple and concise and easy to "navigate" with a VBA script for importing the values with excel... but what I REALLY need is the M value for each face M(0), M(1), M(2), etc, as it is a NUMERIC, ordered reference to which texture bmp is mapped to each face.

Last edited by Tomkat; 24th January 2022 at 10:56 PM.
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