Question about sharing protected .tgo content

Started by alessandro, August 20, 2013, 09:13:03 AM

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alessandro

Hi, I'm very new to TG so apologies if this is old knowledge, but I couldn't find any info about this.
I'm preparing a free collection of objects to share with the TG community, but being derived from some commercial products I did, I'd like to protect .tgo files so that they can't be exported.
There is an option or a tool that I need to do it?
Thanks
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TheBadger

Interesting question!
If not, couldn't Matt or Jo create some kind of lock?
It has been eaten.

Dune

Objects... great. I really love those ice age animals, so hope you make those available! The people at XFrog may know this as well.

cyphyr

The TGO's that come with the bundle deal that has Terragen2 and 3000 Xfrog plants are protected and can't be exported. So it can be done.

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alessandro

Ok, but it's not an option that you can trigger yourself in TG3... I mean, I need to ask assistance to TG3 folks for it I guess.
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cyphyr

Looks like it that's right. I loaded 2 tgo's, one an Xfrog tgo and the other a model I had made and previously loaded as an obj, then exported as a tgo.
On right clicking on the model node only the second tgo, the one I had created my-self, could be exported/re-saved.
So yes give the guys at planetside a call.
Richard
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Oshyan

Sorry for the late reply to your email Alessandro, I'll get back to you soon.

- Oshyan

alessandro

Quote from: Oshyan on August 20, 2013, 03:32:07 PM
Sorry for the late reply to your email Alessandro, I'll get back to you soon.

- Oshyan

No problem!  ;)
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