HTML JPG PDF XML X
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Convert X to OBJ via C#

Render X as OBJ without any 3D modeling and rendering software.

How to Convert X to OBJ Using C#

In order to convert X to OBJ, we’ll use

Aspose.3D for .NET

API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use document manipulation and conversion API for C# platform. Open

NuGet

package manager, search for Aspose.3D and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console.

Package Manager Console Command


PM> Install-Package Aspose.3D

Steps to Convert X to OBJ via C#

.NET programmers can easily load & convert X files to OBJ in just a few lines of code.

  1. Load X file via the constructor of Scene class
  2. Create an instance of ObjSaveOptions
  3. Set OBJ specific properties for advanced conversion
  4. Call the Scene.Save method
  5. Pass the output path with OBJ file extension & object of ObjSaveOptions
  6. Check resultant OBJ file at specified path

System Requirements

Before running the .NET conversion code, make sure that you have the following prerequisites.

  • Microsoft Windows or a compatible OS with .NET Framework, .NET Core, Mono.
  • Development environment like Microsoft Visual Studio.
  • Aspose.3D for .NET DLL referenced in your project.
  • A 3D File Processing Library to manipulate 3D files without any modeling and rendering software. The 3D API supports Discreet3DS, WavefrontOBJ, FBX (ASCII, Binary), STL (ASCII, Binary), Universal3D, Collada, glTF, GLB, PLY, DirectX, Google Draco file formats and more. Developers can create, read, convert, modify and control the substance of 3D document formats easily.

    X What is X File Format

    X is a DirectX Model image file used by DirectX technology which is for 3D graphics rendering in games. The file format specifies 3D object structures for meshes, textures, animations, and objects.

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    obj What is obj File Format

    OBJ files are used by Wavefront's Advanced Visualizer application to define and store the geometric objects. Backward and forward transmission of geometric data is made possible through OBJ files. Both polygonal geometry like points, lines, texture vertices, faces and free-form geometry (curves and surfaces) are supported by OBJ format. This format does not support animation or information related to light and position of scenes. An OBJ file is usually an end product of the 3D modeling process generated by a CAD (Computer Aided Design). The default order to store vertices is counter-clockwise avoiding explicit declaration of face normals. Though OBJ files declare scale information in a comment line yet no units have been declared for OBJ coordinates.

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    Other Supported Conversions

    You can also convert X into many other file formats including few listed below.

    X TO 3DS (3D Studio DOS Mesh)
    X TO AMF (Additive Manufacturing Format)
    X TO DAE (Digital Asset Exchange)
    X TO FBX (3D Format)
    X TO HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language)
    X TO PDF (Portable Document Format)
    X TO PLY (Polygon File Format)
    X TO RVM (AVEVA Plant Design Model)
    X TO STL (Interchangeable 3D Surface Geometry)
    X TO U3D (Universal 3D)