face_off wrote:I think you could do this much easier in Octane Standalone. Input the OBJ into Standalone, attach to a Position and Geometry Out node, and save as ORBX.When we import an obj an automated process can be initiated in the background so the insterted obj object can be saved as orbx with the axis positioning function and reimported as orbx.
What we will see is a final objects which is an orbx file. The save folder can be set by us automatically or choose the initial obj folder.
All this can be performed in the background with probably a small increase in the processing time but for sure it will simplify things as all the objects will be editable through the archicad plugin in realtime.
I don't think you are going to get the level of automation that you are looking for in ArchiCAD. You would need to go to a higher-level 3d modelling app for that.
Sorry this did not get fixed correctly in the latest release. It will be fixed in the next release.I still have a "blue tint" problem. It is only in material preview window, both preview render and final is OK. Some materials are bad, some are OK. Few examples:
You can load FBX files via an ORBX proxy (ie. load the FBX file in Octane Standalone and save as an ORBX file).Can you please clarify what is happening with the FBX import?
The standalone can import FBX files.
Does that mean that we will be able to use fbx files as proxies with our plugin.
This will be really usefull.
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