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so i need a simple importer and exporter for blender that can open these xml files.tried many different 3d xml file converters but non worked.i really appreciate it if anyone can make a one or suggest me a one that could do it for me.

here are some files of the ones i'm trying to convert:

https://ufile.io/8blhk

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you should check this out: Import 3D XML in Blender or convert it with another tool

I Don't know if this is exactly what you're wanting since the post doesn't have much explanation, but the op in that question had somewhat the same question as yours and someone posted a custom addon there, you should check it out.

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https://github.com/Skylumz/Sollumz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYdWGfnmGe8

This is for gta peds and other xml imports for blender, just check out the github and the YT video will help you install it if you have any trouble.

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