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so! help a brother out /3/

I use rhino and Blender and was wondering If I can use Blender's cycles to render objects I bring from rhino without problems


since I just started out and barely have money and knowledge of these things, I want to understand some things


-will the model from Rhino lose quality If I open it in Blender?
-will I have any kind of problems?

I'm still starting so bear with me
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>>503793
Side-note, as a Rhino user, you should apply for the Iray for Rhino beta.
http://www.nvidia.com/object/iray-for-rhino.html
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no it won't have any problems,just export obj
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>>503797
thanks!

>>503799
so the format matters?
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>>503804
not so much,you can export in any format you won't as long blender reads it

obj is the most popular for static meshes with no skeletal rigs



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