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    Pinecoast COLLADA viewer

    While browsing the internet I found a COLLADA 1.4 viewer that I did not know about.

    http://www.pinecoast.com/collview.htm

    I have not tested it, but thought this information may be useful.

    Also, they mention a X3D -> COLLADA exporter to be available soon

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    Re: Pinecoast COLLADA viewer

    Quote Originally Posted by remi
    While browsing the internet I found a COLLADA 1.4 viewer that I did not know about.

    http://www.pinecoast.com/collview.htm

    I have not tested it, but thought this information may be useful.

    Also, they mention a X3D -> COLLADA exporter to be available soon
    Unfortunately it looks like it is COLLADA -> X3D. This is a shame as I have a lot of content in VRML. If I had an X3D -> COLLADA path, I could do VRML -> X3D -> COLLADA.
    David Wallace Croft
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    Unfortunately it looks like it is COLLADA -> X3D. This is a shame as I have a lot of content in VRML. If I had an X3D -> COLLADA path, I could do VRML -> X3D -> COLLADA.
    Have you tried X3D -> DCC [maya, xsi, blender] -> COLLADA ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by remi
    Have you tried X3D -> DCC [maya, xsi, blender] -> COLLADA ?
    I think I tried the Blender route maybe half a year ago but had problems. I should try again with the latest exporter.
    David Wallace Croft
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