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On 24/03/2005 at 16:17, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Apparently it's possible to place a 3D file into Acrobat. The format is u3d (Universal 3D?). The only company I;ve found to support this is Right hemisphere. Anyone know more? For instance, are there any plugins for any 3D programs to allow this export type?
On 31/03/2005 at 05:34, xxxxxxxx wrote:
I think it may be Intel's new file format? See ...
Not sure how much it is used at the mo tho?
On 01/09/2005 at 06:37, xxxxxxxx wrote:
After we´ve almost got a new update of Cinema4d which doesn´t seem to support u3d I´m wondering if there is somebody out there who is able and willing to write one. I´ve already talked to Maxon but they weren´t able and willing to shed some light on upcoming features. I´ve followed a couple of discussions about this feature in several forums. There seems to be a great demand for such a plugin.
On 23/09/2005 at 02:40, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Hello, there is another great software that export to U3D
search U3D + Subdo in google and have fun (free demo version on www.subdo.com)
hope it can help you
On 23/09/2005 at 02:56, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Hi, thanks for the info. I´ve already given it a try. It´s more of an authoring tool for generating interactive web (pdf) content. I would just be happy to have a plugin to export geometry, textures, light and animations from Cinema to u3d to use the build in 3d java language of Acrobat to do all the programming there. I don´t like the idea of buying a 1000$ piece of software just to transfer some meshes to Acrobat. Maybe I will have to wait for the upcoming Acrobat3D. There are some rumors it will give you the possibility to import 3ds directly to Acrobat and author the content. If Maxon or someone else will make a plugin in the meantime - that would be perfect.
Thanks for your help again.