From LDD to Stud.io - is it worth it?


From LDD to Stud.io - is it worth it?
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I found LDD a couple weeks ago. Took a few minutes to figure it out, but I've since been building a custom modular building that I've had in mind, and I'm really enjoying it. I saw a mention of Stud.io today so I downloaded it and imported my LDD file. Immediately notice how different the interface is. And the rendering, not only as a rendered image, but also in build mode. It's much nicer to look at. The second thing I notice is all the parts missing from my MOC! It seems LDD let me go off range with some pieces and/or colors of pieces (I guess.) So... I'm contemplating making the switch to Stud.io and I guess I'm asking if it's worth the new learning curve. Also... I couldn't seem to Google my way to answer this question so I'll ask here: what is the easiest/best way to resolve the missing parts? I think that if I could get my MOC back to whole, I might carry on in Stud.io. Thanks in advance for any feedback and advice!https://redtube.onl/ https://beeg.onl/ https://spanktube.vip/spankbang/
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(2019-05-12, 6:05)TrevorNoah Wrote: I found LDD a couple weeks ago. Took a few minutes to figure it out, but I've since been building a custom modular building that I've had in mind, and I'm really enjoying it. I saw a mention of Stud.io today so I downloaded it and imported my LDD file. Immediately notice how different the interface is. And the rendering, not only as a rendered image, but also in build mode. It's much nicer to look at. The second thing I notice is all the parts missing from my MOC! It seems LDD let me go off range with some pieces and/or colors of pieces (I guess.) So... I'm contemplating making the switch to Stud.io and I guess I'm asking if it's worth the new learning curve. Also... I couldn't seem to Google my way to answer this question so I'll ask here: what is the easiest/best way to resolve the missing parts? I think that if I could get my MOC back to whole, I might carry on in Stud.io. Thanks in advance for any feedback and advice!

Download the latest version of ldraw.xml, and copy it i to ldd directory. Then export the model to ldr and import it to studio.

I would recommend you use ldcad but its much more complex than studio.


https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.p...sion-file/


Which type of models do you design.
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