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 Subject: Mimic loading CR2 - polygons referenced to multiple groups

AndyCLon opened this issue on Sep 24, 2006 · 3 posts

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  AndyCLon    ( ) ( posted at 7:22AM Sun, 24 September 2006 

When loading a 3rd party character into Mimic, I get the following error

"This OBJ file has polygons that are referenced to multiple groups. As a result, may not work properly in Mimic."

What does it mean?

Can I fix it in Poser6 or do I need another tool?

The model does not work within Mimic but I can create a morph using the default settings and then apply that to the model in Poser and it works just fine. However it would be quicker if I could load the character or simplified model directly.

I'm using the Mimic 3  Pro for Windows - v.


  MatrixWorkz    ( ) ( posted at 9:49AM Sun, 24 September 2006  · @2788070

You can use Poser's grouping tool on the OBJ itself by importing it directly from the geometries folder. Once the OBJ has been imported by itself you just check all the groups with the Grouping tool and search for the offending polygons. You don't mention which figure you're having this issue with.  If it's a well known figure you could try just reinstalling it to fix it.

My Freebies

  AndyCLon    ( ) ( posted at 12:22PM Sun, 24 September 2006  · @2788147

Good news, there was an aditional material called "new material" which I removed and it now loads ok.

Bad news, my character does not move...


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