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    • 4 months ago
    • I modeled it in hexagon, because its easier to use, then imported to blender, because it makes collisions, then export as fbx. It works great fro textures but i ALWAYS get the collision around the entire object,, even if the walls are separate?
      • 4 months ago by ikes
      • Hi,
        Did you name the collision correct? If you have an object called Wall01, the collision box should be named UCX_Wall01. Then select all and export.
      • 4 months ago by fzr999
      • Yes Sir, Basically, I made a cube, deleted one face, reoriented the normals inward and named it room. I then copied it, added depth to it and placed it over the original and named it UCX_room. In muvizu, the open face is an invisible barrier.
      • 4 months ago by ikes
      • Hi,
        For the collision object you should insert just a small cube in the middle of the room that rests on the floor.
      • 4 months ago by fzr999
      • Thanks a bunch, I will try that!
      • 4 months ago by fzr999
      • IT WORKED!! WOW, THANK YOU SO MUCH!! I think where things went wrong is in blender I was assigning a collision modifier to the UCX mesh. I thought that was required but I see it was boogering things up..at least in this case.
      • 4 months ago by ikes
      • Glad to hear you did it! I think it went wrong because your collision shape was as big as your room model. A collision mesh can not have a missing plane to form a hole. Just by inserting a small cube, the collision only happens there.
    • 4 months ago
    • HELP!! Im about to pull out what little hair I have left! I cannot get a room that I modeled to import correctly. I put a collision on the floor, but the whole room has a collision and I cant get objects into it.
      • 4 months ago by MrDrWho13
      • The collision mesh must be named ucx_modelname (where modelname is replaced by the name of the model)
        If Muvizu can't find a collision mesh, it will make its own which fills the entire object.
      • 5 months ago by TheDman131
      • That was actually pretty good. I wish I had the voice actors to help me with some of my stuff like that!
      • 5 months ago by MrDrWho13
      • That was a good film! The pacing was good and I never thought it was dragging a bit which you get when people start making videos. My suggestion is to make the sliding car fall backwards much faster to give a more realistic impression of a car crash.
      • 5 months ago by fzr999
      • THANKS! My son said the same thing about the car movement. LOL Looking forward to doing more. Question.. If I import a model and create a set, will the model and its movements be saved? I animate in other programs and do a little modeling.
      • 5 months ago by fzr999
      • Also, i wouldn't mind helping with voice overs here and there if needed.