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How to export Face Occluder mesh to 3dsmax?

  • Hey @... 

    Iam not really that much intro 3d modelling

    But maybe this article from Snapchat about 3d object exports can help you.

    Click here 


    Feel free to ask if there are any questions left :D 




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  • I'll clarify the question: how to exported .mesh occluder from Lens Studio, import to 3ds max or another similar software?

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  • Rich

    you simply can't the .mesh you export from Lens Studio is only supported for Lens Studio so it's just like backing up a Mesh but only for a formate only Lens Studio understands.

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  • I do have a Face Occular if you still need one if you know how to set up the material in Lens Studio then go ahead and download if not then just stick with the Face Occular 


    Formate is glb/gltf

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  • ItzJustSamu THANK YOU. That is exactly what I needed. Been searching for this model forever. 

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