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Exporting OBJ sequence as animated FBX?
|Submitted by:||Sean M|
Your OBJ sequence importer is a huge lifesaver to me, though only if I can then turn around and export the OBJ sequence as an animated FBX file. So far it looks like that's not working -- trying to export it is causing only the first frame to export, no matter what options I select in the FBX export options. Is it possible to bake the animation down such that it can be exported as an FBX or something of that sort?
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