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I did a video trying to explain how to import parts from other files (stadiums) to you stadium. This can increase the agility and details. You can append everything.
The video is not so good and my english isn't too, but this can help!
The problem is that the textures have the same name. I always rename them before I append them in my file but I think there must be a better solution. Do you used the tutorial from fernold2k?
Not sure whether this error is caused with compatibility issue between IE Script and Blender version or with stadium model/export settings itself, but when I had similar errors (during stadium import though) switching to 2.72 portable (this is important) version of Blender solved it.Hi,
Can anyone help me?
No matter what I do, whenever I export a stadium model I always get this error:
Tried with 0.66b script on mutiple Blender versions and it just would not work.
I have the same problem. Anyone can help me?So...
Westfalenstadium 94 95 nearly done.. Was now going to see the Lights of the thing.. I followed the tutorial on youtube
ADD> Plane Axis > Rename it Lights_test
ADD> Lamp > Point
Make the "Lights_Test" the Parent
Now making the Lights..Duplicate them....
then i hit: Export Lights in FIFA 15 Exporter
but the inx file is 1 kb and with no Data..
What am i missing here?
Haven't done this myself, but I've heard some people have done it by duplicating the terrace meshes, removing textures, and subdividing them into seats.Is there a way to do crowds in Rhino and then import them into Blender ? I just can't seem to find an easy way to apply crowds to curved stands in Blender without having to do seat by seat and find the right angle which is unbearably exhausting
That’s what I’m doing recently, not 100% great, but way way faster.Haven't done this myself, but I've heard some people have done it by duplicating the terrace meshes, removing textures, and subdividing them into seats.
You can by putting them manually or you edit the crowds, if you assign hardcore home fans they usually wave flagsGuys, I'm trying to remake Stadio San Paolo from Classic Patch. I want to create an old San Paolo. Old fixed advertisements around the field, without a roof, etc. The problem is that none of the people in the crowd have a flag in this stadium. Is there any way to change this in Blender?