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Load All Your Game-Relevant 3D Scene Data From Various File Formats With ASSIMP

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by JeGX - 2008/09/24 at 10:25

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The Open Asset Import library, or ASSIMP in short, is a C++ library which loads game-relevant 3D scene data from various file formats and returns it in a common in-memory structure. The library also offers several post processing steps commonly used in realtime 3D rendering which can be applied to the imported data. Assimp supports the following file formats: .3ds, .ase, .obj, .ms3d, .ply, .dxf, .nff, .lwo, .smd, .vta, .mdl, .md2, .md3, .md5, .mdc, .mdr, .x, .mdl, .hmp.

Assimp’s homepage: assimp.sourceforge.net


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