Exporting

There are mutliple paths for exporting WWMT models and textures. To have full control of QC commands and the compression, shader and other settings, open a model with Wall Worm Model Tools.

You can also use batch export functions via the Wall Worm Exporters sub-menu in the Wall Worm menu in Max. There are also batch exporting functions in the Models tab of Anvil.

See below for more specific exporters and instructions.

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Exporting WWMT Models to GoldSource

Posted on Jun 27, 2015 | Last Updated Jul 23, 2016

Information on requirements to export and compile WWMT Models from 3ds Max into Goldsource.

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Advanced Texture Controls

Posted on Jun 24, 2015 | Last Updated Mar 31, 2017

With Wall Worm Pro, you can export arbitrary texture maps as VTF files in Source.

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Set Up Wall Worm for Garry's Mod after Steampipe
Posted on Aug 18, 2013 | Last Updated Aug 19, 2013

Instructions and video on setting up Wall Worm to export levels, models and materials after the Steampipe update.

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Character Models

Posted on Jul 19, 2013 | Last Updated Jul 29, 2013

Articles related to making character models for the Source Game Engine.

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Exporting CAT and Biped Models

Posted on Jul 19, 2013 | Last Updated Dec 10, 2014

Export your CAT or Biped rig from 3ds Max into the Source Game Engine with Wall Worm.

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