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Fast and minimalist 3D viewer
F3D (pronounced /fɛd/) is a fast and minimalist 3D viewer desktop application. It supports many file formats, from digital content to scientific datasets (including glTF, USD, STL, STEP, PLY, OBJ, FBX, Alembic), can show animations and support thumbnails and many rendering and texturing options including real time physically based rendering and raytracing.
It is fully controllable from the command line and support configuration files. It can provide thumbnails, support interactive hotkeys, drag&drop and integration into file managers.
For F3D users:
Added --animation-autoplay option (libf3d: scene.animation.autoplay) to automatically start animation on file load
Added an experimental vdb plugin in order to read .vdb files using OpenVDB
Added an usd plugin in order to read .usd files using OpenUSD
Added .3mf and .x files support in the assimp plugin
Added a small margin between the model and the grid to avoid potential z-fighting
Added VTK output to the log when using --verbose=debug for easier debug
Reworked the alembic plugin to read Texture Coordinates and Normals for .abc files
Improved the reading of EXR files using multi-threading for better performance when loading HDRIs
Improved the documentation on https://f3d.app
Improved general logging in order to make it easier to understand issues with file and options
Fixed potential crashes when reading assimp plugin file formats
Fixed --grid-absolute for off-center models
Fixed an issue with thumbnail generation showing the log window
Fixed many interaction issues on non-Qwerty keyboard layout
Fixed handling of filenames containing commas
Fixed an issue on Windows where the log window would appear on top of F3D window
Fixed crashes with specific .obj file
Fixed an issue with incorrect return code when using headless mode or incorrect options
Fixed dependency issue with the headless .deb binary release
Fixed a crash when using a file with more than 254 bones (Requires OpenGL 4.3)
Fixed an issue with Unicode filenames on the title bar on Windows
Fixed an issue where focal point picking would generate error messages
Changed --verbose into a string based option, eg: --verbose=quiet or --verbose=debug. --verbose is still supported.
Changed --no-render behavior so that it doesnít impact verbosity anymore
Changed the default configuration file so that translucency support is enabled by default
Deprecated --quiet, use --verbose=quiet instead
Deprecated --input, use positional argument instead
For libf3d users:
Added scene.animation.autoplay option
Added a f3d::image::saveBuffer API to save an image as a file format in memory
Fixed the default name of the window
For F3D packagers:
Added a new optional dependency, OpenUSD. Enable with F3D_PLUGIN_BUILD_USD CMake option
Added a new optional dependency through VTK, OpenVDB. Enable with F3D_PLUGIN_BUILD_VDB CMake option
Added a new CMake option to control the link against libatomic. Control with F3D_LINUX_LIBRARY_LINK_ATOMIC
Added two new packages to the list, OpenMandriva and Mageia
Limitations and Troubleshooting
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F3D-2.3.0-macOS-arm64.dmg (Apple Silicone)
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|Jan 30, 2024 - 12:40
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