Some help to render a really old .scn...

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Some help to render a really old .scn...

Post by Rano » 27 Apr 2016, 14:27

Hello,

I have found this forum thanks to http://truespace.kabrite.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; and I hope it will make my day :)
This morning I was making some space on an old folder and I have found 3D files that I have made when I was a teenager, in 2000 ! I tried to open it on my mac but I did not found any software and I have remembered that I was using Truespace. A lot of memories ! I have downloaded it on a Windows 8.1 computer and opened my files. It has worked but I can't find how to make a video render. It seems that the new version (I had a really old one) can't find the animation in my .scn ... or "I" don't find where it is :/

I remember the scene was something like a ... potatoe escaping from jail :D But when I open it, there is no animation saved... Can someone help me and tell me where it is or better, make a video render if he can find the animation in the file ? :/

Thanks a lot !
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Re: Some help to render a really old .scn...

Post by stan » 27 Apr 2016, 16:38

:bananasad: didn't find any animated objects or any potato in your scene.

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Re: Some help to render a really old .scn...

Post by Rano » 27 Apr 2016, 16:43

Okay, thanks for trying !
I think it wasn't the last version :oops:

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Re: Some help to render a really old .scn...

Post by BNG » 28 Apr 2016, 15:11

Try this old ap it's called 3d Exploration 1.55 and it can read COB and SCN for Truespace. and can convert files to other 3d formats as well. http://gamespacelite.freeforums.org/3d- ... -t727.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; PS: the keygen file is not required to install the ap. Leroy.

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