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I have a problem that is quite tricky to solve. I have a lot of cool models, but I can't export them into Blender because they're .mesh. I need to convert it to OBJ so Blender can read it, but to no avail. In case you may wonder: -XNALara doesn't work -Any Windows program is useless to me as I have GNU/Linux and WINE does nothing. So, please, if you have any suggestions on what to do, please tell me! I am pulling my hair out.

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  • $\begingroup$ I have done a google search on your behalf using the search string ".mesh batch convert to .obj" it return a deviant website with a software that has the ability to do batch convert. Here is the link 3dgamemodels.deviantart.com/journal/… As always make sure what you download is safe scan it down with your favorite antivirus software. The latest version for 3d Converter is version 6.30 , they do have a trial version. I have not used it and do not know its limitations that may come with the trial license. Good luck. $\endgroup$ – hawkenfox Jan 9 '16 at 8:45
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I installed that program, and even though it does provide for the conversion, it requires a registered version of it (ie. paid version). So far, I've only found ogre converter and a website that does mesh conversion (http://www.meshconvert.com/) to be reliable.

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  • $\begingroup$ Creator of www.meshconvert.com here. Unfortunately meshconvert.com can't convert .mesh files yet. If anybody can hint me to a linux command line tool with this capability I will happily add this functionality. $\endgroup$ – tobltobs Nov 4 '16 at 8:34
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while trying(a lot), i figure it out how to open those .mesh that doesnt work with blender o XNAlara, use Noesis, right now its the only one that was able to read and properly display those model files. :D

depending where you find those models for example; mobile games if you find the _data files use UnityEX for exporting it would do all the hard work for you.

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