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Finding animation in .X Object

Finding animation in .X Object

Finding animation in .X Object

OK I have this game I downloaded which is a Horse Racing game and the Directories include C:\Game\Textures, C:\Game\XObjects, C:\Game\Sounds, C:\Game\Shaders,etc. As you can see all the game data is neatly arranged making it easy to understand.

My problem: I want to use the .x animation named Horse.x
When I load this file up in Truespace6.6 or 3D StudioMax the horse mesh loads fine but there is no aniamtion in this file and the textures don't load into Horse.x

However there is a file in the C:\Game\XObjects named HorseRun.anx. I open this file in word editor and it is encrypted. I assume that this file is called and associated to animate and texture Horse.x during the game? How can I get behind the scenes to use this Horse.x animation in my own non-commercial education only program. Please Help!

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