Exporting the 3D-Models in Web formats like: *gltf or *glb

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Exporting the 3D-Models in Web formats like: *gltf or *glb

Postby Inder_Chauhan » Mon Dec 04, 2017 8:24 am

Hello Daniel,

Greetings,
I am a regular user of cloud compare and really happy, recently I am working with UAV dataset (specifically 3D Models *.obj format).
I have to upload a 3D-Model over web platform which accepts *gltf or *glb formats, although there are few software which converts the *.obj to *.gltf. But, they are not really dependable or convenient, as they were crashing in between or exporting the model without the texture.

Please suggest or recommend something on this.

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Re: Exporting the 3D-Models in Web formats like: *gltf or *glb

Postby daniel » Mon Dec 04, 2017 10:37 am

Hum, this is the first time I heard about this format. The specifications are not that 'simple' (see https://github.com/KhronosGroup/glTF/blob/master/specification/2.0/README.md#glb-file-format-specification).

Maybe if we found a C++ library to ease the creation of gdb files it could be possible. And it would be good to get some more interest feedback from users (especially since CloudCompare is not a meshing tool). By the way isn't this format supported by Meshlab?
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Inder_Chauhan
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Re: Exporting the 3D-Models in Web formats like: *gltf or *glb

Postby Inder_Chauhan » Sun Dec 10, 2017 10:21 am

Hello Daniel,
Thanks for the reply.
No, Meshlab doesn't support these formats. But, yes I found this conversion in Blender.
It would be great to have this upgrade in upcoming cloud compare versions :)
Thank you.

Inder_Chauhan
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Re: Exporting the 3D-Models in Web formats like: *gltf or *glb

Postby Inder_Chauhan » Sun Dec 10, 2017 10:21 am

Hello Daniel,
Thanks for the reply.
No, Meshlab doesn't support these formats. But, yes I found this conversion in Blender.
It would be great to have this upgrade in upcoming cloud compare versions :)
Thank you.


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