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doru
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how to collect the c4d files ?
Put it in the same folder as *.AEP
didnt work :(
Hmmm…. Andrew Kramer said in the tutorial thats the way you do it… :/

can you post a link to the tutorial?

also I think you need to place the assets in a folder. Envato requirements page:

The ZIP folder’s root directory must contain only the project, documentation, and sub-folder while assets must be placed in the logical sub-folder

And if I’m not mistaken envato took some authors and made a beta program about element 3d files. I imagine that authors submitted items made with element 3D and they found a folder structure that manage to work as requested by the review team. Can someone from envato share the knowledge with us about this beta program? What did you discovered? What issues appeared and how did you resolved them?

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AlexZlatev
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please someone to explain how to handle this

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WilQ5
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I have a question here : If for example i use only 3D primitives for the template project do i still have to import obj file into download folder ? Because primitives comes with E3D and such objects as sphere, box, cone isin’t really a model because you can find it in any 3D software and i don’t think that videocopilot can have a license of these primitives…. because its very common in other software as a standart . And can we make prerenders or we need to use the plugin only and just mark that yes this project requires plugins ? ( just to make sure )

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butlerm
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I have a question here : If for example i use only 3D primitives for the template project do i still have to import obj file into download folder ? Because primitives comes with E3D and such objects as sphere, box, cone isin’t really a model because you can find it in any 3D software and i don’t think that videocopilot can have a license of these primitives…. because its very common in other software as a standart . And can we make prerenders or we need to use the plugin only and just mark that yes this project requires plugins ? ( just to make sure )
no they come with the plugin…. makes no sense to include it if its part of the plugin
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WilQ5
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I thought so too thanks for reply .

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2Tdavididan
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A new version is out and I already uploaded a template :\

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2Pixels
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A new version is out and I already uploaded a template :\

How it’s going? Still in queue?

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2Tdavididan
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A new version is out and I already uploaded a template :\
How it’s going? Still in queue?

Yeah ,almost there… another day or two

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catastrophic3D
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The minimum requirements for documentation are as follows: List of all project assets List all models .C4D files .Obj files
What if I create my models with 3ds MAX. Can I include *.max instead *.c4d?
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5p1r17
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The minimum requirements for documentation are as follows: List of all project assets List all models .C4D files .Obj files
What if I create my models with 3ds MAX. Can I include *.max instead *.c4d?

But Element 3D does not support .max files? No?

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