# Can GMod/SFM models be converted to Unity GameObjects?

Someone made a suite of GMod/SFM models available for free for people making games and videos in GMod and SFM. These are of type .dmx, .dx80.vtx, .dx90.vtx, .mdl, .phy, .sw.vtx, .vvd, .vmt, and .vtf. I don't use GMod or SFM, so I don't know what these are, thus making it hard for me to manually convert them. Is there any way to change these into files Unity can recognize and use?

I'd like to have an easy step from converting them, but I would also accept instructions on how to export them to generic mesh/skeleton/texture files, and then how to import and combine these in Unity.

• You might want to load these up in their native application (Hammer? I'm not sure) and try exporting them to a standard format. – MichaelHouse Oct 2 '13 at 18:05
• if you know how to do this, could you post instructions as an answer? – Supuhstar Oct 2 '13 at 18:06
• My comment is the extent of my knowledge about this topic. I haven't used GMod or SFM before. I'm just suggesting you use a program that knows those formats as well as a format that Unity knows. If A can't talk to B, you need to have a translator that knows both A and B to convert between the two. – MichaelHouse Oct 2 '13 at 18:10