Io Guru

by Mechanical Mustache in Addons

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This item has an average rating of 3 from 5 ratings by the community.

  • ocd
    almost 2 years ago

    A must have in my opinion. Working as expected, lot of options, and override horrible Blender export options.

  • Gordon Runkle
    about 2 years ago

    Is this very useful addon abandoned? I see no support past 2.81, which is quite old now. It doesn't work on 2.93 (the LTS release, so it really should be) for sure - it doesn't even draw the full panel in the Preferences window.

    • MML

      about 2 years ago


      Sorry about the issue. The add-on is not abandoned, I fix the issues when the users report them. I will make a release soon with the issue fixed. Meanwhile, please feel free to ask for a refund if it does not work for you, or just wait for my new release.

  • Fabien
    over 3 years ago

    Excellent plugins that bring batch imports and exports when you have a lot of assets to convert for game engines or mobile plateforms. author responded quickly to enquiries and was helpful.

  • Davide Prestino
    almost 4 years ago

    The addon is not clear for 2.81 version, don't have documentation.

    • MML

      almost 4 years ago


      Is it not working on 2.81? I can only support current versions properly, however it should work with 2.81.

      As far as documentation goes, there is a Readme file. However there is really not much to document about. You select your object and set the parameters for the export. Blender will remember those settings and will export with those values from that on.

      I would be happy to assists you if youcan explain the issues you are facing with the addon.

  • Alejandro Gorgal
    almost 5 years ago

    The addon needs some instructions.
    But once you set it up it's extremely useful.
    Great tech support as well.

    Just make sure that:
    1-You set a global export path on the plugin settings (in the "addons" tab of the preferences menu).
    2-Make sure each object you want to batch export has the "Export" setting checked under the object's properties.
    3-Go to the Scene properties and hit "batch" and you are set, your files should be exported to your global path folder.

    • MML

      almost 5 years ago


      Thanks for the positive review. I will add more usage instructions.

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Published about 5 years ago
Blender Version 2.79, 2.8, 2.81, 2.82, 2.83, 2.9, 2.91, 2.92, 2.93, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5
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