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Single file import/export. Exported files are named after objects´ names.
Multiple OBJ Sequences: If checked an OBJ sequence mesh will be created for each object that the OBJ file contain. For instance an OBJ Sequence of a tree with trunk, branches and leafs will create 3 OBJ Sequences if the objects inside de OBJ files are separated.
Maya 2010 and possibly lower version (craOBJSequences2010.mel, not tested).
This tool helps to import and export OBJ sequences.
It uses choice nodes to handle the animation of imported sequences. Allows to export selected objects as one sequence (combining objects) or one sequence per object.
Launch UI: craOBJs;
Maya 2010 Launch UI: craOBJSequences2010;
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