MilkShape model

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|released=2000<ref>Date of earliest source files in https://web.archive.org/web/20010407202114/http://milkshape3d.com/files/MsViewer.zip (listed in https://web.archive.org/web/20010407202114/http://milkshape3d.com/ms3d/download.html)</ref>
 
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A '''MilkShape model'''<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20100524143410/http://www.digital-skills.co.uk/downloads/milkshape0308.pdf, page 52 (6 of PDF)</ref> is a file of the project format of [[MilkShape 3D]], a [[Windows]] program for editing 3D model files of many video games that came out between 1998<ref>Release of Half-Life, which, according to http://milkshape3d.com/, is the starting application of the program</ref> and around 2007, at which point development effectively ended<ref>Update lists on http://milkshape3d.com/ show that this was effectively the last year of development</ref>. It holds skeleton and animation data in addition to mesh data.
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A '''MilkShape model'''<ref>http://www.digital-skills.co.uk/samples/milksample.pdf, page 52 (6 of PDF)</ref> is a file of the project format of [[MilkShape 3D]], a [[Windows]] program for editing 3D model files of many video games that came out between 1998<ref>Release of Half-Life, which, according to http://milkshape3d.com/, is the starting application of the program</ref> and around 2007, at which point development effectively ended<ref>Update lists on http://milkshape3d.com/ show that this was effectively the last year of development</ref>. It holds skeleton and animation data in addition to mesh data.
  
 
== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==
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== Links ==
 
== Links ==
 
* [http://milkshape3d.com/ Homepage]
 
* [http://milkshape3d.com/ Homepage]
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20100524143410/http://www.digital-skills.co.uk/downloads/milkshape0308.pdf Part of a book on the software, with portions pertaining to the format specifically]
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* [http://www.digital-skills.co.uk/samples/milksample.pdf Part of a book on the software, with portions pertaining to the format specifically]
  
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 19:35, 20 July 2019

File Format
Name MilkShape model
Ontology
Extension(s) .ms3d
Released 2000[1]

A MilkShape model[2] is a file of the project format of MilkShape 3D, a Windows program for editing 3D model files of many video games that came out between 1998[3] and around 2007, at which point development effectively ended[4]. It holds skeleton and animation data in addition to mesh data.

[edit] Identification

MS3D files have the extension ".ms3d". They have the magic number 4D 53 33 44, "MS3D" in ASCII.

[edit] Links

[edit] References

  1. Date of earliest source files in https://web.archive.org/web/20010407202114/http://milkshape3d.com/files/MsViewer.zip (listed in https://web.archive.org/web/20010407202114/http://milkshape3d.com/ms3d/download.html)
  2. http://www.digital-skills.co.uk/samples/milksample.pdf, page 52 (6 of PDF)
  3. Release of Half-Life, which, according to http://milkshape3d.com/, is the starting application of the program
  4. Update lists on http://milkshape3d.com/ show that this was effectively the last year of development
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