In a message dated 18/11/2000 00:21:20 GMT Standard Time, mfrickb@hotmail.com
writes:




Gents,

I'm looking for a simple program that will allow me to create/manipulate
wireframes and save the positions of each vertices to a text file.  No .X
files or lightwave or anything... just a list of the positions of vertices.
 
All I want is to be able to make simple wireframes with tris, mess around
with them, then get a file with a list of the x, y, and z positions of each
vertex when I'm done...  I really don't want to take the time to code
something up on my own, but I do want an easier way to figure out 3d points
then the one I'm using now (old fashioned pencil and paper).  Anyone know
if
such a thing exists?  Or should I just stop complaining, whip out the Dx
and
OpenGL books and get cracking?

Thanks in advance,
Neil Frick
mfrickb@hotmail.com
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I use AC3D which is a simple to use but pretty powerful package, you can get
it from
www.ac3d.org.
It costs about 15 to register and is well worth it.

John.