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No worries, joining is easy. Is there a poly threshold limit I must adjust in order to get rid of the error?Thanks Reply 0 Kudos AlexRichards Advocate 243 Posts 11 Kudos 11 Solutions

Post 2 Posts 1,512 MeshSmooth is a modifier, so its telling you that you have too many iterations set, this error is telling you that max is at risk of crashing because its Reduce the itera Hello, Im new here and i was wondering if i could get some help, i havent been working on 3dMax for a long time, but i had a navigate to this website

or you could just keep applying the turbosmooth modifyer in the stack. Reply With Quote 01-20-12,01:45 PM #9 Luc Van Camp View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Location Belgium OSWindows 7 64bit ComputerHome Built PM ME - Now Learning: Maya Rigging - Follow me on Twitter @KeithDemele - Reply With Quote 11-16-2008,04:19 PM #3 nezach View Profile View Forum Posts User Join Date May 2008 Can someone help me?

3ds Max Error Allocating Mesh Insufficient Memory

I tried both "no mapping coordinates" and "generate coordinates for all objects".The computer I used should be powerful enough. I am also guessing that my camera skipping frames problem might iron out once its rendered. As far as I know (Im sure someone can correct me if Im wrong) everything will go on the one Multi/Sub Object ball.

The material is fine (see the file containing my scene). 7- Units are set to meters. Not necessarily, it will if you crash. 2. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Advanced Search Forum Design 3ds max ,"Error allocating MeshSmooth i think 3 is enough, but just to stop any nickeling at higher resolutions, 1 more couldnt hurt...

This helped me a lot when 2009 was crashing on me because of memory (which I had a ton of). Error Allocating Mesh Reduce The Face Count I saw this video before... Cheers. http://isiforums.net/f/showthread.php/3060-3ds-max-2010-Material-Editor-Error-allocating-Mesh Reduce the itera Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: ,"Error allocating MeshSmooth data.

A couple of things you can try: 1. It will give far more predictable results. If so, try and collapse them to a polygon mesh before export.Have you tried resetting the xform on the imported objects?Also maybe try the snapshot tool on the imported objects. Reply With Quote 01-20-12,12:54 PM #2 freew67 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Location USA OSWindows 7 64bit MainboardBlack CPUI7 950 RAM12 gb ddr3

Error Allocating Mesh Reduce The Face Count

Quad core, geforce 8800gt, 2gb ram, windows xpcan someone please help?thanks! Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Search the Community Advanced Search Forums | Ideas Browse by product Products 3ds Max A360 Products Advance Steel Alias APIs and Programming 3ds Max Error Allocating Mesh Insufficient Memory But i tried so many things, and by the grace of God, my program is behaving. and AUTOSAVE.

See How to register for details. useful reference FBX if you have to. usually you will never need more than 2. Thx!

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Search Register or Login Login to Your Account Remember Me? Reply With Quote 08-22-2007,11:13 AM #4 Motogeek View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Un-Registered User Join Date Sep 2006 Location Republic of Texas! zbrush/mudbox may handle more but it's because of their special smoothing script.

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Try creating a new scene and a quick temp object, to check the principle? Reply With Quote 16th Dec 200803:03 pm #2 MaxwellEdison View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Super Member Computer Details MaxwellEdison's Computer Details Operating System:Win 7 (64-bit) Computer:HP h8-1070t AREA Community - The Largest CG Forum on the Web Sign In Toggle navigationCustomer StoriesFilm & TvGamesDesign VisualizationLearningProducts3ds MaxCharacter GeneratorFBX ReviewFlameMayaMaya LTMotionBuilderMudboxShowcaseSketchbook ProSmokeEventsEventsIBC 2016SIGGRAPH 2016NAB 2016GDC 2016VES 2016Past EventsUser GroupsChapter listDownloadsTexturesShadersPluginsFun Application may become unstable.

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CGTalk > Software > Autodesk 3ds max > Memory Error While Rendering Though I Have Lots of Memory PDA View However, when I tried to pull up the project this morning, it gave me an error message saying,"Error allocating MeshSmooth data. http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?t=29434 CGSociety Portfolio: http://rdeweese.cgsociety.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rdeweese67/ "Work Smart, Not Hard" Reply With Quote 17th Dec 200804:00 pm #7 Lora_D View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Full Member Using Architectural DT get redirected here When I try to render im getting this error: "Error allocating mesh.

All with basic default settings   Im using the newest commercial version.   3dsmax 2014 my system specs are as follows Intel i-7 4930k 64Gigs of ram   I originaly had Same error. Reply With Quote 16th Dec 200809:41 pm #6 Cad64 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Super Moderator Computer Details Cad64's Computer Details Operating System:Windows 7 Profesional x64 Computer:XI Insufficent memory available,for mesh object.

Reduce the face count to render this scene" lisa888 following my thread here:http://www.maxforums.org/thread.aspx?tid=537323 i have encountered another problem. Posts 1,512 Delete meshsmooth and save, merge into a new file. Using 3ds Max 2011 Join Date Feb 2006 Location Southern California Posts 9,870 It sounds like you're just suffering from a bloated file. not solved :S Last edited by RafBR; 01-21-12 at 09:56 AM.

Does anyone have any idea how to begin troubleshooting this, as I want to render the low-poly model. Can you upload the scene? PM ME - Now Learning: Maya Rigging - Follow me on Twitter @KeithDemele - Reply With Quote 08-24-2007,01:39 AM #5 geostik View Profile View Forum Posts harsh Join Date Jun 2006 Anyway the feedback was worth because of the multi/sub tips and all.

Problem solved and got it exported to GMT successfully. have a look at the subdivision surface video here: http://www.guerrillacg.org/ Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not will try with other complex meshes and post the result here Thanks for all feedback!