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is that a xmesh file?
« on: February 28, 2020, 22:52 »

Hej Guys, thx for that forum!

I am currently designing my 79Suburban in 3d ... and I have found a lot of similar 3d modells - but no one is real enough for my ideas ... so I am working on my own 3d modell. look at the pictures i have attached ...

by the way, i have found heaps of 3d files using the gta 5 mode scene, all of them come from one model ... i have compared it ^^

But my question has an other reason.

I have also found a 3d model of my suburban at

but I doNt know what kind of file it is ... //how can I import that into a 3d prg linke 3ds max or blender?

there are a few folder //look also to the attachments
with textures and xml files ... and only the _m folder has a few bigger files ... without a suffix ...
(i have opened such a file in an editor:

maybe it is only possible to install that files using the mudrunner prg ... but my aim is
to import it into a 3d prg ...

i doNt intend to steal some things ... I only want to see how is it designed ...

thx in advance, steve

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Re: is that a xmesh file?
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2020, 23:57 »

I don’t understand, but how is all this related to Umodel ? With this you have to go to XeNTaX for example.

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Re: is that a xmesh file?
« Reply #2 on: February 29, 2020, 01:33 »

thank you mark ... I got the info that "milkshape" or "umodel" could help me re: my question ... and btw I find that umodel is a great tool.
next step was went into the forum to get more infos ... and "general discussion" was in my eyes the best way to ask ...

thx for your tipp with "XeNTaX" ... i will try this ..

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