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In-depth Information on 3D File Formats

 
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3D animation and rendering has a wide ranging use today in media, gaming, engineering, architecture, manufacturing, medical and numerous other industries. Several different types of content including film animations, visual effects, 3D modeling and art are created with 3D formats. These formats are processed with the help of specific software programs such as 3D Studio Max, Maya and Blender. Some well-known 3D file formats are 3DS, 3MF and GLTF. Continue reading to learn more – http://bit.ly/3D-file-format-blog

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