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While its a no cost solution, its not very convenient. In my opinion, the best option is Simlab Composer. While its not free, its is not ridiculously expensive. All the file formats exported by Blender that are compatible with Meshlab and can transfer materials are text formats, as far as I have checked.

The file size will be large regardless although some text formats might be more efficient than others. PLY, which I have used in other applications, can be binary or text, and its a good option for smaller file size as a binary file. However, Blender only exports the text format.

I cannot find the original document on the Meshlab site, but the following contain similar info. Apparently the developer of Meshlab removed the info because of the difficulty and limitations namely lack of vertex color of using U3D see 3rd link below for that discussion. I think if you only need to do this only once, get the trial for Simlab and save yourself the aggravation.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Blender Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people who use Blender to create 3D graphics, animations, or games. It only takes a minute to sign up. I'd like to export my 3D models in Blender to. I could use this at work when I send reports to clients, in my resume, etc.


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I'm using photoshop CC , and trying to export a u3d file to embed in a pdf. The 3D was generated from a series of meshes that were combined in Blender, exported as obj, and then imported into Photoshop 3d. Please set this texture's mode and bit depth to something supported by Camera Raw. Can anyone explain to me what's happened, and how to fix it? About a year ago this workflow worked fine. Hi I've just tested and did not get any error using


The Ultimate 3D model file export plugin for Blender gives you the possibility to export models directly from Blender 2. If you are interested in using the Ultimate 3D model file format for one of your own Ultimate 3D independent applications have a look at its chunk descriptions. The format is a quite simple binary format and it is well-documented. The use of the export plugin is quite simple. This document will describe the process in detail.

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