A compact application that allows users to view 3D model files and convert them to GEO, OBJ, R3D, DBV, HCR, OB3, or other formats, while offering support for batch processing
|Updated||Feb 13th 2019|
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|Crack Size||2.5 MB|
3D Object Converter is a Windows application that helps users check out the contents of 3D model files and convert data to different file formats.
It boats a clean and straightforward interface that gives you the possibility to add files by dragging and dropping them into the primary panel, or using the built-in browse function.
When it comes to converting 3D data, the program works with various file formats, namely GEO, OBJ, R3D, DBV, HCR, OB3, IMG, 3DP, ASP, and others.
The application offers support for batch processing, which means you can add multiple 3D models to the list and convert them at them same time.
You can select the saving directory or make the tool save the converted files to the same directory. Plus, the app keeps a log which offers details about the entire process and possible errors, and can be exported to a file.
3D Object Converter Crack comes packed with several dedicated tools built specifically for helping you perform geometry transformation operations, calculate area and volume, delete or unwrap UV maps, and flip UV maps vertically.
Other configurable settings allow users to change the size of the point, vertex, and face, as well as select the colour of the object (e.g. wireframe, points, axes), scene, and material.
Last but not least, you can draw vertices and wireframes, make 3D Object Converter show object axes, gravity points, bounding boxes, scene axes, and scene bounding box, and get information about materials, objects, and scenes, as well as view polygon statistics.
All in all, 3D Object Converter offers useful features for helping you manipulate 3D data and convert it to different file formats.
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