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A unified installer is available for downloading either NuGraf or PolyTrans. Press the "Download Now" button to begin installation for 64-bit (x64) Microsoft Windows.
! Quick Notes !
1) This unified demo also includes all the components to perform the bi-directional Cinema-4D conversions as explained in the "How it Works" section of this page.
2) The demo version has the optionally-purchased CAD/Pack, Granite/Pack and DCC/Pack modules enabled by default so that you can easily test them. For the commercial version you need to optionally purchase these add-on modules. Most configurations purchased by our customers will include one or more of the CAD/Pack, Granite/Pack and/or DCC/Pack modules (but usually the Dual-CAD-Granite/Pack), which has been a standard sales method for our software over the last few decades.
The combined PolyTrans & NuGraf demo version (see explanation in previous section) contains all the Okino CAD importers except for the following which must be installed separately, after the main demo software has been installed.
Please click on the "Download Now" button and execute the respective 64-bit CAD installer:
Refer to the "JT Open" WEB site for a gallery of JT files to import into Okino software.
Currently Supported Plug-In Versions:
!! Please Note !! These native plug-in modules require that the demo version of NuGraf or
PolyTrans (stand-alone) be installed first (see above).
If you have any problems getting the PolyTrans-for-3dsMax or PolyTrans-for-Maya plug-ins to run then please visit the online Okino FAQs, in the dedicated 3ds Max and Maya sections, which explain every possible known installation related problem and answer. In day to day reality, installation problems just don't occur.
If you encounter any Installshield runtime problems or errors then please review this page of Okino suggestions.
A pivotal aspect of the Okino software for many of our users are the PolyTrans-for-3dsMax and PolyTrans-for-Maya native plug-in systems. These are two of the most professional, longest developed and well supported 3D converter plug-in systems for 3ds Max and Maya. These modules allow 3ds Max, 3ds Max Design and Maya to directly import/export all of the Okino supported file formats from within their respective user interfaces. Other common uses of the plug-in systems is for bidirectional 3ds-max/Maya conversions (via the Okino .bdf file format), import & optimization of large CAD datasets from all major 3D CAD packages & file formats, import/export to all 3D gaming file formats (including skinned mesh and skeleton conversions), OpenFlight VisSim conversions, and of course bidirectional conversions to most other 3D file formats and software packages (from LightWave, to Autodesk Softimage, VRML2, DirectX and dozens more).
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PolyTrans-for-CINEMA-4D is one of the most important and well used aspects of Okino software. Okino has been MAXON Computer's sole 3D conversion provider and developer since 1998. We provide error-free and completely robust CAD and DCC conversions into CINEMA-4D, as well as conversion of native CINEMA-4D files into all major down-stream non-CAD 3D programs. The conversions do not require a local copy of CINEMA-4D to be installed; hence, the .c4d conversions can also be done natively with other Okino-enabled programs such as 3ds Max, Maya, LightWave, Softimage, Adobe Acrobat, NGRAIN and our third party OEM conversion solutions.
You may wish to refer to okino's online FAQs to answer some of your basic questions. In particular, the following sections are usually helpful for new users of Okino software:
To un-install the demo version of NuGraf/PolyTrans, select the "Uninstall" item from the START menu for 'PolyTrans' or 'NuGraf', or do the same from the "Add/Remove" control panel applet.
To un-install the demo version of the Okino Plug-Ins Super Installer, select the "Uninstall" item from the START menu for 'Okino Plug-Ins Super Installer', or do the same from the "Add/Remove" control panel applet.
If you receive a -1612 error during un-installation of an existing Okino product then simply execute the following text on a DOS command line or via the "Run.." menu entry on the START button: