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# 1 13-08-2003 , 06:44 PM
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copying over my texture files

This may seem like a rookie question, but how do force Maya to copy all your texture files along with your scene file into a new project? A character for instance has a number of tecture files associated with it and when I start an animation with it, I like to create a new project for it. How can I ensure that my texture files copy along with character (and link properly)?

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# 2 13-08-2003 , 07:07 PM
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i think you can import it to the new scene using file>import


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# 3 13-08-2003 , 07:13 PM
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I think Patrick is looking for a collect files feature. Most graphic software packages have one. I don't know how to do it in Maya, but I'd love to find out if someone else knows.

# 4 14-08-2003 , 03:44 AM
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