U3D – How to embed navigable 3D models in PDF documents | Help Center | ArchiCAD, BIMx, BIM Server knowledge base from GRAPHISOFT

This site uses cookies. By continuing to use the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out why we use cookies and how to manage your settings. U3D (“Universal 3D”) is a file format for 3D data. It is a standardized three-dimensional data format with the purpose of facilitating 3D data exchange among programs of various kinds. Adobe Acrobat supports this format from version 7.0, so within a PDF documents 3D models can be represented, not only as static images but as real 3D objects. You can navigate through the model, set view options and save preset views. Or you can download the file: U3D.pdf Save it to your hard drive and open it for example with Adobe Reader. ”) is a file format for 3D data. It is a standardized three-dimensional data format with the purpose of facilitating 3D data exchange among programs of various kinds. Adobe Acrobat supports this format from version 7.0, so within a PDF documents 3D models can be represented, not only as static images but as real 3D objects. You can navigate through the model, set view options and save preset views. In an U3D compatible PDF editor – like Adobe Acrobat 7.0+ you have the possibility to add U3D files as objects. For example in Acrobat 7.0: After you saved the .PDF you can check the result in any U3D compatible PDF readers – like in Adobe Reader (note that Preview on Mac does not support U3D, but Adobe Reader also exists on Mac as a free product) Based on a couple of tests an U3D file works smoothly on an average computer till the file size of 10 Mb (not the .pln size) Use the marquee tool to select only the part of the model you would like to share (right click on an empty place – show Selection/Marquee in 3D) Sharing Documents: PDF PDF is a proprietary file format developed by Adobe Systems for representing two-dimensional documents in a device-independent and resolution-independent format. PDF is currently the most common file format for sharing documents… Adobe’s Portable Document Format (PDF) has become the most popular digital file format for publishing and archiving the architectural documentation. ArchiCAD’s internal PDF engine supports both the export and import of PDF documents, including PDF/A… Source.


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