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  1. #1
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    duplicated data.

    Hello,

    I have a quick question!
    Why test files (cube.dae) using duplicated data? (24 normals instead of 6)

    Thank you.

    For example, using non-unified indices, a cube can be described with 8 positions and 6 normals, but with unified indices you need 24 positions and 24 normals.

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    Are you talking about the cube.dae that comes with the DOM test files? That document was made in Maya. The Maya exporter probably just exported the data as it existed in Maya, and I doubt that Maya uses non-unified indices internally.

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    Yes, one of the test files comes with DOM. It is only implementation then, not something special.

    Thank you!

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