Just started with Blender after a couple of years trying out and battling with the "big" softwares. Screw dat, after one day with Blender I got further than I ever did with 3ds Max or Maya. Brilliant...and it runs on my beloved Linux!
I've duplicated an object in a scene and want to save that duplicate to a separate .blend file. Too much ambiguity in the query for Google, apparently. How can I do that? Thanks! I'm using v2.64.
There is no such options ("Selection only"), shame on Blender!
But there is a plugin available, closing this gap:
Tested and seems to work, even for OBJ etc.
I'm sitting, waiting, wishing, building Blender in superstition...
Huh....that seems like a bit of an oversight....anyway, thanks for the link. I'll try that plugin tomorrow morning.
Go the other way. Create a new file; then Link/Append what you need.
|stiv wrote: |
|Go the other way. Create a new file; then Link/Append what you need. |
I'll have to look up how to do that, but thanks