I have a 747 model in Lightwave or Max 9 format. I need a variety of animations prepared for it. The model needs to be exported in DTS format. The animations need to be exported in DSQ format. They need to have globally unique names like: [url removed, login to view] Here are the sequences with the related animations (note: any vapor trail mention requires particle emitters, which I'm not asking you to do) Note: For taxi and takeoff, this is a video that will give you ample reference points: [url removed, login to view] And here's a landing (turn down your speakers): [url removed, login to view] Parked Fuselage at 0 degrees Landing gear fully down Engines root (slow rotation of turbines) Flaps neutral Taxi Landing gear fully down Flaps neutral Engines at mid-rotation speed Mild vapor trails from engines Takeoff Part 0 (On Ground) (12 second animation) Flaps descend to half-down over the 12 seconds Landing gear fully down Engines mid-rotation (fast rotation) Moderate vapor trail from engines Takeoff Part 1 (On Ground) (This sequence will loop in script for 30 seconds before nose tips up) Landing gear fully down Engines Full (fast rotation) Heavy vapor trail from engines Flaps half-down Takeoff Part 2 (Transition to air) (A 10-second animation) Same as above, but gradually tip up nose from 0 degrees to 45 degrees in 10 seconds. Takeoff Part 3 (A 12-second animation) Now the attitude of the fuselage is 45 degrees. Retract landing gear and close landing gear doors gradually over the 12 seconds. Takeoff Part 4 (Loopable) Fuselage at 45 degrees Landing gear fully retracted Flaps neutral
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In Flight Fuselage at 0 degrees Landing gear fully retracted Flaps neutral Engines Full (fast rotation) Heavy white vapor trail from engines Landing Part 1 (A 12-second animation) (Preparation) Fuselage points up at 3 degrees Flaps extend to fully down Landing gear descend gradually over the 12 seconds Landing Part 2 (Loopable) (The approach) Fuselage at 3 degrees Flaps are fully down Landing gear are fully down Heavy vapor trail from engines Landing Part 3 (A 10-second animation) (This is touch-down) Gradually tip nose down from 3 degrees to 0 degrees in 10 seconds. Landing Part 4 (A 10-second animation) (This is slow-down) Engines will be reversed. Likely a particle emitter here.