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hey sup, i am wondering if its possible to transfer/import a 3D model into flash or do i have to use another kind of method to make it work on a website, i am looking to do something like thishttp://www.jeremylevine.com/ But with my own work etc

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that's one bad ###### *cough* awesome site I'll agree on that :D. Yeah I'm pretty sure you can do that although it won't be easy but don't get me wrong I could be mistaken. Also a cool thing to look at is webGL :D www.chromeexperiments.com/webgl ;)

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still doesnt answer my question

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?? What do you mean transfer/import 3d model? from 3d application like 'truespace', 'Swift3D', long time since i used these, but they just created a 3d model and you save it as a flash movie, might have changed since then, to use slider rotate etc.OR scan 3d model of plane for example, which sounds expensive, honestly don't know.

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?? What do you mean transfer/import 3d model? from 3d application like 'truespace', 'Swift3D', long time since i used these, but they just created a 3d model and you save it as a flash movie, might have changed since then, to use slider rotate etc.OR scan 3d model of plane for example, which sounds expensive, honestly don't know.
well i have to create something like the link i provide from this google scratch up an employee have created, the problem is i dont know how to import that 3D model into blah so i can then create the buttons which allows it to work as it should "im doing this with limited knowledge but thats the challenge" and i know i can use Swift3D to make the 3D model and then import it into flash but the guy already made the model so i have to think of a way to make it work with either blah or php which im not too sure where to start so i figured i try doing it with flash as i said dont know how to import it into flash blaaaah

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Speaking of Flash, sorry if this off topic but I read somewhere that maybe one day it will be obsolete? With the advancement of CSS, JavaScript, JS libraries, etc. I also heard that the only real reason why it's still 'popular' is because of its video playing capabilities. Some big name sites/companies won't even mention flash on their services/products like Apple for instance.

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Speaking of Flash, sorry if this off topic but I read somewhere that maybe one day it will be obsolete? With the advancement of CSS, JavaScript, JS libraries, etc. I also heard that the only real reason why it's still 'popular' is because of its video playing capabilities. Some big name sites/companies won't even mention flash on their services/products like Apple for instance.
well it is true, nowaday people dont really use flash like that

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Hint: start with a model format that you can import into Flash. http://www.google.co...channel=suggest
the 3D model was created before i was asked to do this

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You could render the model from 100 different angles and just put all the pre-rendered images into a movieclip and just play that movieclip forwards or backwards with actionscript to rotate the model.

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the 3D model was created before i was asked to do this
So what exactly are you looking for? Do you want help importing a 3d model into Flash that Flash doesn't support? Do you want help converting it to a supported format? Do you want help contacting the person who made it and asking them to export it to a different format?

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You could render the model from 100 different angles and just put all the pre-rendered images into a movieclip and just play that movieclip forwards or backwards with actionscript to rotate the model.
ok ill try that thanks

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Do you want help contacting the person who made it and asking them to export it to a different format?
i know who made it, person dont know what format flash uses
Do you want help converting it to a supported format?
that be more useful, but ill try foxy advice see if that works

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That website does not have anything 3d at all,its all good AS. Its not hard to make but you'll need a lot of time.About 3d importing you can always use Swift3D v6 (or any other version) for making 3D objects,that program is compatible with Flash and you can share files between them. Eg. Image from flash to Swift,animate it in 3d and import it back to Flash...

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I think 3d model as well flash people are not like that's kind of site anymore. My thinking as well for a visitor the should be user friendly like not that much focused or something like. The site should be sample as well informative service related. You put a link here it's take time for loading so...

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You are commenting on a site that does show the 3d modelling anymore, but more jquery design now, this posting is other 2 years old, please check date before posting.

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I think 3d model as well flash people are not like that's kind of site anymore. My thinking as well for a visitor the should be user friendly like not that much focused or something like. The site should be sample as well informative service related. You put a link here it's take time for loading so...

I argee. Site should be simple. You can discourage the user from visiting again. It's nice to wow your user, but don't wow them with every click of the button.

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