[Bf-committers] FBX exporter for Blender?

Rodrigo Hernandez kwizatz at aeongames.com
Wed Aug 29 01:04:57 CEST 2007

You're right, there are no specs either, its too closed to be an open 
I guess since the Windows version of Blender links against the Quicktime SDK
it would be ok to link against the fbx SDK, (maybe as a Python extension 
then called from a script),
but I am really the new guy around here, so I really don't know what I 
am talking about :)

GSR wrote:
> Hi,
> kwizatz at aeongames.com (2007-08-28 at 1533.15 -0600):
>> Actually I just made a quick google and found out its an open standard:
> Then I wonder why FBX 2006.11.1 SDK link (in "Documentation" and
> described as "Help Browse the online help for the FBX 2006.11.1 SDK.")
> loads the right frame with a text that starts "© Copyright 2007
> Autodesk, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All user documentation ("User
> Documentation") contains proprietary and confidential information of
> Autodesk, Inc. and/or its licensors." You can also check the source
> code in the doc, restrictive words too.
> See:
> http://www.autodesk.com/us/fbx/docs/FBXSDK200611/wwhelp/wwhimpl/common/html/_index.htm
> http://www.autodesk.com/us/fbx/docs/FBXSDK200611/arch_8h-source.html
> I am unable to find a specification that declares anybody can
> implement it, just do not use their own source. They could give it
> more publicity to demostrate it is an open standard.
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