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MSFS Blender and object file

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Total newbie. I have downloaded an oak tree.. It has two files...how do i get blender to see both. The tree is green...i think in blend file it shows up as purple.... How do I marry both together to export so MCX can import all together to make a gltf?

Thank you,
BobM.
 

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Pyscen

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Bob, was there only a obj and blend file? If so, they are missing a texture. You will need to create a material for it to create a texture.

A obj file is nothing more but a blender file that has been exported as such.
 
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Its suppose to be the tree...lol...I don't know that much to do that...it was a nice thought... Howse about a dae file and textures( they need to be dds, png..what) to convert in MCX?

Thanks Pyscen... Greets

BobM.
 
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You can load up the obj file into MCX and go from there.
 
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