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Old 05-09-2006, 02:04 AM   #1
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hey i'm a big fan of call of duty to and want to create a map so i start searching for the mod tools and look what it supports
http://www.fileplanet.com/162620/160...ty-2-MOD-Tools
any one want a go at it?
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lol finally a game with maya support - i predict a lot more of this in the future or atleast the next 3 yrs(this is what i have heard is the shelf life for maya before it gets axed)

neways do u need the game for this?
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Originally posted by pbman
lol finally a game with maya support - i predict a lot more of this in the future or atleast the next 3 yrs(this is what i have heard is the shelf life for maya before it gets axed)

neways do u need the game for this?
LMAO axed? as in dead? not good? nuh-uh :p
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as in either completely stopped or soo much intergrated into max it becomes max so its really just the same thing
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yar you proberly need the game, it's really cool stuff http://www.callofduty2.com/ its the version for the pc you want
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Originally posted by pbman
this is what i have heard is the shelf life for maya before it gets axed
Where have you got this info from?
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maya aint goin any where, if autodesk did that there would be a riot! you can look at your point from 2 angles, it could mean that they are trying to make maya bigger and as popular with all aspects of the 3d world, or your point, maya's losin sales and needs sumin new. but i think there are a few mod tools one with maya shelf stuff and one for max
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soz for hijacking this thread

i got the info form some one i know who has contacts in alias(now autodesk) who didnt get made reduntant

i know there would be a riot espec wen it comes to compaines who have loads of mel scripts but i expect there will be a way to port this
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meh the info is in the first post, no bigge
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soz for hijacking this thread

i got the info form some one i know who has contacts in alias(now autodesk) who didnt get made reduntant

i know there would be a riot espec wen it comes to compaines who have loads of mel scripts but i expect there will be a way to port this
I wouldent really put too much faith in chinese whispers.
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well - i know what u mean an i trust the guy who told me

he knew people a few in Alias as it was a much smaller company that autodesk an were spread along the chain of command

of course it might not happen but u neva know
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