I have an issue with UV textures coordinate - exporting some .fbx/ .obj/.collada objects from Blender 2.78c to Kanzi Rightware.
I'm working in a company developing product design and electronics, and I'm making research of what software will be suitable for future OpenGLES production pipeline with Kanzi Rightware.
At that moment I did specific tests and experiments with Blender, 3Ds Max, Maya, Cinema 4D. I shaped and transformed an object with same operations in each program - subdivided x3, simple booling operation, triangulating, applying scale. rotation. location. (called also freezing -cinema, Maya) and exporting to Kanzi etc.
The program - Blender is looking really suitable to me for the project, I've been using it for years, but the problem it appearing with UV's.
After the export, I import the file (I've tried with .fbx/; .collada/ and .obj) in Kanzi. Blender's object always looks with different UVs compear to the default of Cinema and Max...?!?
Can you give me an idea what could be wrong with it. Is it UV calculation on export wrong or what?
Basically what I'm doing step by step in each of those program is the following steps:
1. Create default cube + UV generated
2. Add subdivision 3 times
3. Convert/Apply the modifier to mesh
4. Creating one more Cube - without UV generated
5. moving the new cube to Z, -1 unit, press enter /Now the cube is aligned
6. with it's the top part to the center of the grid 7. Add Booling modifier between the cube and the shaped sphere 8. Apply Booling Modifier/ 9. Check the UV-s are correct after the operation 10. Exporting the model via .FBX file
I did experiment with different file formats including .dae, and .obj. The Geometry export is correct but when I import all them in R_Kanzi there are big UV differences.
What should I do? And how this UV scaling could be fixed? Best Regards