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  • #29915
    Avatargrimmy
    Newbie

    Hi, once I have my Verge3d/Webgl project up and running in a browser is it possible to select objects and export them as a single obj or fbx file? (or anything else) that my user can download to their system?
    Thanks

    #29925

    You can publish your project on the Verge3d server and send the link to your user so that he can view on any computer.

    #29951
    Avatargrimmy
    Newbie

    Yes, but can the user download an fbx or obj file from my application?

    #29952
    kubuzkubuz
    Licensee

    If i recall correct you can export to obj and stl.
    Never tried it before.

    #29953

    Hi,
    it will require a bit of JavaScript programming. See the OBJ exporter example here.

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    #29961
    Avatargrimmy
    Newbie

    That example works perfectly. I pasted the generated text to Cinema4D which imported the .obj perfectly.

    How do I see the code from that example though and also, is there a way to also export materials?
    Thanks

    #29989

    To see the code of this example simply click on the bottom right button. As for materials, you can try using glTF exporter combined with glTF-compatible materials.

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    #29997
    GlifTekGlifTek
    Licensee

    That’s real interesting with the obj downloader.
    Great for customized configured objects.

    Also, if the object is not changed at all, you could just have a click link to downloading an original object in your directory.

    #30038

    Yep, perhaps we need to implement some puzzles doing such thing…

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    #30053
    Avatargrimmy
    Newbie

    I would love this..with materials of course! :)

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