ModelConverterX support for AeroFly

arno

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#1
Hi all,

Just wanted to let you know that in the latest ModelConverterX development release I have added support for saving AeroFly TGI and TSC files. So this should allow conversion of FS objects into AeroFly more easily. I'm sure I can add more features to the exporters, like ground polygons and things like that. So let me know if there are issues or suggestions.

https://www.scenerydesign.org/2018/02/aerofly-fs2-support-in-modelconverterx/
 
#4
Hello Arno,

I managed to make a ground polygon with a .dae plane made in Sketchup some time ago and it worked fine.
A recent change in the AFS2 beta engine has broken this. From IPACS team, I received the information that the .tgi file is missing vertex weight info. This is now the only way to get my plane to blend the default mesh
I have no idea if I can get this to work with Sketchup and how Model converter X could export this info. Can you help me?
Cheers, Sylvain
 

arno

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#5
Hi,

MCX doesn't store vertex weights. I'll have to check how to add them.
 
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