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sdk:aircraft:tutorial [2018/01/30 10:45]
jh [Installing the Aircraft-SDK]
sdk:aircraft:tutorial [2019/07/20 17:22] (current)
jh [What's Next ?]
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 ===== Exporting the DR-400 ===== ===== Exporting the DR-400 =====
  
-We will demonstrate the export process of the example aircraft in 3Ds Max but it should be similar with the other modeling tools. You will need a modeling program to follow ​this step but you can skip it if you don't have it.If you haven'​t done this yet, install the export plugin for your modeling program.+We will demonstrate the export process of the example aircraft in 3Ds Max but it should be similar with the other modeling tools. You will need a modeling program to follow ​along but **you can skip this step** ​if you don't have it.If you haven'​t done this yet, install the export plugin for your modeling program.
  
 The export plugins of all the different modeling tools will create an intermediate ''​.tgi''​ file 3D model file that contains all the raw data of the vertices and mappings and is intended to be independent of the modeling tool used. Think of it as the raw-Aerofly 3D model format. The export plugins of all the different modeling tools will create an intermediate ''​.tgi''​ file 3D model file that contains all the raw data of the vertices and mappings and is intended to be independent of the modeling tool used. Think of it as the raw-Aerofly 3D model format.
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 The same folder contains the converter'​s log file '​tm_aircraft_converter.log',​ which sometimes is helpful for troubleshooting,​ as well as the '​report.txt'​ in the aircraft'​s intermediate folder. The same folder contains the converter'​s log file '​tm_aircraft_converter.log',​ which sometimes is helpful for troubleshooting,​ as well as the '​report.txt'​ in the aircraft'​s intermediate folder.
  
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 +===== What's Next ? =====
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 +When you successfully installed the SDK and have the DR400 in your Aerofly FS 2, why not check out how you could create your own aircraft and read more about  [[sdk:​aircraft:​introduction|aircraft development]] for Aerofly FS 2.
  
  
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