Is there a way to convert a .max file into a .obj or .dae file to use it into Blender? I searched a lot but I can't find a solution.My pc can't run 3ds max
>>671825Not without max installed. Use the questions thread.
>>671825>My pc can't run 3ds maxUse bootcamp or windows virtualization like VMware. That's how I run 3dsmax on a mac.
The problem is that my PC is not powerful enough. (I have an old PC with Windows XP)
>>671933go to the questions thread you fucking idiot.
>>671933Upload it somewhere and I'll convert it for you if you want
>>671825A thread at the bottom died for this??
>>671990FBX, should work fine in Blenderhttps://my.mixtape.moe/ocxuvs.FBXThe materials were some ancient V-Ray thing so you'll have to replace those yourself
>>671933Then get a new computer that CAN run 3DS Max? Or is that out of the question?
>>671996Thank you >>672015I'm working to buy one
>>672015>>just buy new shit>>but who was money
>>6719333ds Max 2010 can run on Windows XP.
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