How to save separate models from the 3ds Max scene

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19 Feb, 2012 Valeriya
19 Feb, 2012 # Re: How to save separate models from the 3ds Max scene
Hello! not the first time encounter. From scene to take the lamp board. Removes everything except the lamp, save that then merge to make the desired scene. It turns weighs 133 mb. What is the problem? already used it 1-13V64QS_1-13V64QW.ms thought could help, to no avail.


19 Feb, 2012 Anton (Staff Author)
19 Feb, 2012 # Re: How to save separate models from the 3ds Max scene
Hello! To save you the right model, you should not bother removing the rest of the objects in the scene. Just select the desired object to you, in your case the lamp, then go to the main menu, 3ds Max, and, select File, select the sub-Save Selected (save selected). A dialog box appears in which you just need to specify the name of the new file and the path where you want to save it. That's all. Regarding the fact that the scene is heavy and "weighs" 133 Mb, it all depends on how much "weight" of your lamp. Maybe she vysokopligonalnaya and it narmalno file size and its geometry. Not seeing this lamp can not generally make any conclusions. In any case, keep the isolation object correctly, as described above😉


20 Feb, 2013 Yegor
20 Feb, 2013 # Re: How to save separate models from the 3ds Max scene
It's not even that long to remove other objects of the scene, and the other, the object is stored in such a wrong way "touches" with a material and configuration of the scene, so instead of the example 1 MB can easily weigh over 30 MB. Tried way to Anton, it's okay. Anton thank you, really very helpful. 👍


6 May, 2017 Pavel
6 May, 2017 # Re: How to save separate models from the 3ds Max scene

Thanks, I've found what I was looking for 🙂


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