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Old 06-10-2007, 03:21 AM   #1
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Question Transfering PLE to MAYA

...Im obviously new to this...but i have the MAYA PLE version, and im about to purchase the full version. If i have work that i like and want to import to the registered version of maya will it work or do i have to start over....Seems that it would, but i had a trial version of cs3 and when i purchased it mhy projects wouldn't open...
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sorry, you cant bring PLE files into the full version of maya
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Joopson's right! It's to prevent people from using the PLE version for commercial purposes.
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Can a Mod just sticky this goddamn question. it has been asked way to much.
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Oh, and before the mod throws bombs and engulf the thread with it's sticky stickyness, I would like to know if files from Maya 7.0 can be imported into 8.0. That includes textures and all that crap following a character =).

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Yes that will work, but once you do that you cant go back to older versions with it.
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Nice. Thank you =)
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