Converti USDZ in JT tramite C#

Esporta file USDZ e altri 3D utilizzando .NET Framework, .NET Core e Mono

Esporta USDZ scena come JT con C#

  1. Carica il file USDZ utilizzando un costruttore di Scena classe2. Chiama Scene.Salva metodo
  2. Passare il nome del file di output con estensione .jt come primo parametro
  3. Specificare il valore del campo SiemensJT9 da Formato del file classe

3D Conversione formato API for .NET

Installa dalla riga di comando come nuget install Aspose.3d o tramite Package Manager Console di Visual Studio con Install-Package Aspose.3D.

In alternativa, ottieni il programma di installazione MSI offline o le DLL in un file ZIP da download .

C# Codice per la conversione da USDZ a JT

// carica USDZ in un oggetto di Scene 
var scene = new Aspose.ThreeD.Scene("template.usdz");
// salva USDZ come JT 
scene.Save("output.jt", Aspose.ThreeD.FileFormat.SiemensJT9);

Other Conversion Options

USDZ TO PDF (Portable Document Format)
USDZ TO DXF (Autodesk Drawing Exchange Format)
USDZ TO ASE (Adobe Swatch Exchange File)
USDZ TO GLTF (GL Transmission Format File)
USDZ TO DRC (Google Draco File Format)
USDZ TO DAE (Digital Asset Exchange File)
USDZ TO HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language)

USDZ What is USDZ File Format?

A file with .usdz is an uncompressed and unencrypetd ZIP archive for the USD (Universal Scene Description) file format that contains and proxies for files of other formats (such as textures, and animations) embedded within the archive and runs them directly with the USD run-time without any need of unpacking. USDZ files are packages whose design is based on the new Ar-level abstraction of a package. Usdz was registered with IANA and has media type name of model and a subtype name of vnd.usd+zip and its details can be found as on IANA registration page.

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JT What is JT File Format?

JT (Jupiter Tessellation) is an efficient, industry-focused and flexible ISO-standardized 3D data format developed by Siemens PLM Software. Mechanical CAD domains of Aerospace, automotive industry, and Heavy Equipment use JT as their most leading 3D visualization format.

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