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Found an old dvd from a magazine that had some obj files  on it so decided to test AM  and import obj   

It took almost 30 minutes to import and the model  in unbelievable  with hundreds of splines 

I did a quick render 

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If you import those as "Prop" they will import much faster.

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Will keep that in mind ...this was done just to see how the import would work  and the model on the dvd looked interesting  

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Is the model tri's John? You might be able to convert it to quads in Blender to speed up the import if you're planning to tidy them up to make them more A:M friendly.

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Thanks  not that familiar with what type it was just found it on a 2009 dvd from a 3d magazine and thought It might be fun trying the conversion in AM not planning to use it pretty sure it was copyrighted

 

 

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