InfraWorks General Discussion

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Re: FBX export !

09-18-2012 04:18 AM in reply to: knurrebusk

Has anyone a clue for me? Data exchange with Autocad Map 3D also does not work, I don't know why. If I export fbx or dxf and reimport into AIM, it works. But export to Autocad always turns out as a huge mess of "modern art".

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Re: FBX export !

09-18-2012 11:07 PM in reply to: kathrin.schulte-braucks

Hi there, I'll be needing a similar feature as well.  AIM is so much easier than drawing in many other apps, that I don't bother doing some prep in other apps.  Anyway... you're mainly after building footprint details?

 

I have a hunch that you can pull the data out of the source SQLite database or the files in your project at a low level.  I'm digging into myself and will let you know if I figure it out. 

 

For anyone else reading this who could share a high level overview of the file formats and structures used in the data files.. I'd be much obliged if you could point me to the right docs for reference.  In my case I need to also batch load a bunch of data using other tools (GDAL/OGR, FDO, etc.) so want to hack together my own.

 

More to come... hopefully good news - but don't hold your breath!

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Re: FBX export !

02-11-2013 06:02 PM in reply to: knurrebusk

PLEASE HELP ME!!

I am trying to export roads  from modeler to fbx but when i open  the window of export  there is no field for roads in the export of multiple files!!!

i reinstall modeler but the same thing again!

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