I export as obj, so far so good. Works just fine when I re-import the exported .obj to nomad.
Then I plug in a USB stick to transfer to pc, When I open the obj in pc it does not open and says the file is corrupted. This happens in windows 3d viewer, zbrush, blender.
I am finding this same behavior when trying to take a Nomad exported obj file via USB stick to Windows 10 Pro
I am also curious as the file two files?
on my iPad Pro side I do not see the “.obj” extension (possibly hidden by iPadOS?).
here is a snap of the error dialogue.
also I am exporting with the Export colors unchecked
if needed I can supply the file.
I think this is user error on my part.
I found that if I tried to export before saving the nomad scene this error would come up.
If I saved beforehand, then exported this file would be fine on transfer and opened fine in ZBrush.
I could test further but I don’t think this is an issue other than needing to save before export.
hope this helps.
Saving the file shouldn’t change anything.
If you have a way to reproduce the issue I’m interested but for now I can’t tell if the issue lies with Nomad or somewhere else.
iOS hides the extension which is a bit annoying.
I will try to replicate the issue again in my next work. I will send you the possibly corrupted file if I have the problem again.But yes, I suspect the problem might be on apple’s side.
Lovely app by the way, definitely my favourite and great learning curve!
Stéphane Ginier via Nomad Sculpt <email@example.com>, 6 Mar 2021 Cmt, 14:45 tarihinde şunu yazdı: