bergman

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    3dsmax gltf export without .bin?

    @kcoley Hi again! I commented out the code as per your suggestion, and it worked wonders - no .bin file is created. However, my expectation was that this would also speed up my export process, but it still takes the same amount of time just that no .bin file is created. Would there be some way where I could do something similar in order to speed up the export, since I do not need all the actual mesh data and such? Best Regards, Anton
  2. Hi all! I am currently exporting a 3ds Max-scene to gltf models, and then using these models in a web project of mine. For various reasons I both need to export each model in my scene separately, as well as export the entire scene as a single gltf (to keep some information about how different objects relate to each other in the scene in 3dsmax, among other things). The problem I'm having is that when my 3dsmax scene gets too big, the gltf export of the entire scene takes an unnecessary long amount of time to complete. Since each model in my scene is also exported separately and since the scene export is mostly used to contain information about object transforms and such, I do not really need the actual binary model data for the whole scene export (Since I already have each model gltf+bin when exporting them separately). Therefore, my question is: What would be the easiest way to export a 3ds max scene to gltf without exporting the actual binary data of the models? The desired result of my export would be only a minimal .gltf-file (No .bin-file, and no model data embedded in the gltf-file). I would be open to make a modified version of the https://github.com/BabylonJS/Exporters/tree/master/3ds Max repo to suit my needs, but I could use some direction to where the binary data is actually exported. Thanks! Best Regards, Anton