MaterialFitter

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  • Ein kleines Tool zum automatisierten Entfernen der Tags "transparent_sorting", "lighting" und "normalise_normals" aus den material-Dateien beim Export von Modellen aus Blender.
    Emergency 5 erkennt diese Tags nicht (mehr).

    Die Nutzungsbestimmungen sind zu beachten. Wer es auf deutsch lesen will, der sollte einfach nach "MIT-Lizenz deutsch" googlen. Verbindlich ist natürlich nur die englische Variante :)

    Viel Spaß und wer Verbesserungswünsche hat: einfach melden. :)

    PS: die exe ist unsigniert etc. Sollten da irgendwelche Probleme mit dem Virenscanner auftreten, bitte Meldung an mich!
    Additional information
    Version
    1.0
    Authors
    emx
    Rules of use
    MIT License

    Copyright (c) 2019 emx

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    FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
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    SOFTWARE.
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    http://www.emergency-forum.de/index.php?thread/66662-materialfitter/
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