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Opening Carrara 1.1 file in Carrara 2 changes file

Opening Carrara 1.1 file in Carrara 2 changes file

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I have made a simple animation in Carrara 1.1, of several objects floating over a plane: some are changing places and angles, others are bent using modifiers and some are replacing them during the animation. At the same time the camera is rotating around the objects and discending from a high point to the plane's level.

 When I opened the file in Carrara 2, I was disappointed to find that although all the keyframes in the sequencer remained in their places, some of the objects, especially those bending and replacing others, changed their behavior: some were moving in undesired directions, some totally disappeared, and above all - the camera, that was supposed to stop at the plane level, went deep under it, as lossing brakes, and came up later on.

What might be the reason ? What can be done?

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