Mr. Anderson, I need your help! (Lightwave Question)

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  1. mystixman macrumors regular

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    have about 250 EPS files, which I need to import into lightwave. I also need to accurately position them so they are 2mm apart. Is there any way to do this is as a batch? Any help will be greatly appreciated. I heard you can do it with a LScript, but the deadline for this is too soon for me to learn it.
     
  2. MrMacMan macrumors 604

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    It is. :)
     
  4. Mr. Anderson Moderator emeritus

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    Ah, no, I don't know of any way to do that fast. The standard importer only handles one file.

    If you open them in Illustrator or Freehand, you could probably merge them and make a single file.

    But I'm curious about what you're trying to do - could you post a screen shot of two of the files next to each other in the modeler?

    also, check at www.flay.com for plugins
    and the forums at www.cgtalk.com

    Good luck!

    D
     
  5. mystixman thread starter macrumors regular

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    Ahh, well, I dont think I could merge them because the offset has to be on the y-axis. Anyway, the project I am doing involves the pictures of the slices from 'The Visible Human Project'. Pretty much Im going to recreate a perfect head, with separate layers for the different muscles, jaw, etc...
     

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