Exporting a full scene for backup


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Exporting a full scene for backup

You can save out your objects into different formats out of LightWave, but what if you wanted to save your scene to be used later or to give to somebody else or perhaps even for backup? How would you do that? Well, there's one thing you should pay attention to and that is the content directory and we have talked about that earlier in the course and how important that is. A scene is made up of objects and motions and lights. The objects themselves, however, are made up of textures and images, so you need all three of those components for a scene to be created. And while some are much less than that-- you can have just a simple scene file with data-- typically you are going to have some objects in there.

So, from the File dropdown, you want to go to Package Scene. Now, what that's going to do is call up this great little panel that will tell you where you want to save. It will allow you to put a scene's path, allow you to put an object's path and images path and so on. You ca...

Exporting a full scene for backup
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Exporting a full scene for backup provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dan Ablan as part of the LightWave 10 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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