I have a VB.net app in Visual Studio 2008 that I need to add a small amount of 3D graphics to. I have the newest Directx SDK. I am familiar with VB but new to Directx.
I am able to make shapes and graphics from within the app by defining vertices etc, but these are just simple shapes. What I would like to do is import the .X files I have made from 3DS Max into my VB app.
I have seen references online to a D3DXLoadMeshFromX method, but I do not see it anywhere in the Directx SDK, and all examples I see attempting to use this method are in C++. Could I get some help on how to use my .X file in my VB app?! Thanks.