2016 m. gruodžio 30 d., penktadienis

TUTORIAL: export from Blender to Wallaby (Update 2017.04.24)


Hi, this is last my tutorial, which I promised him self, in his year.
Last part is dedicated how export from Blender to Wallaby RBR game exporter.
This is main tips and settings, what I use in my projects...
Also, I added Wallaby manual files and you can >>>DOWNLOAD<<< it here...

Some Wallaby TIPS:

When you have huge project with massive numbers of objects and Wallaby goes slowing, thi few my tips, to solve this problem:
    • First to first, when you need move you camera in project, you can hide your "General" mesh from view (hide it in vew section).  
    • Second - reduce texture size, usual help in this situation.In my projects, I usually use 4096 or 2048 texture size, of course is to heavy for Wallaby, but after I reduce size by twice, all works going fine..
    • Add cameras, in important points of you track, and can fast jump with cameras editor. Just don't forget wrote, somewhere cameras, ID, for fast find it...
    • When you work with 0.29 b version, can remove "General" mesh at all and put you pace notes or muveable objects much faster. After import all "General" mesh data again...
    • Sometimes, when you work on heavy weight over 200 Mb Collision mesh, huge and long track, Wallaby can't export Collision mesh and call error. Solution: you can remove general mesh and save LBS. Then, reopen project and try export again. If it don't help, also you can remove ground mesh, save, reopen project and try again - will work...
    If you have question, always welcome ;)

    Carvalho de Rei No 17 - Long way to go


    Hi, every body.
    I have some short news, before New Year coming, about this project. Yes, as I mentioned in my early posts, now I don't have enough time for this, but I dedicated half one day in week, to proceed this track too. So here is my progress...

    Good luck and happy New Years
    RallyG