🔷Supported Files Formats

What are the supported file formats to upload a 3D model?

The following file formats are supported by the configurator.


GLB (GLTF Binary) is a file format used for 3D models and scenes in AR and VR applications. It is based on the glTF standard and offers compactness, complete 3D scene representation, real-time rendering with PBR, and interoperability across platforms.


USDZ is a file format developed by Apple for AR applications, based on the USD (Universal Scene Description) format. It integrates with Apple's ARKit, supports lightweight and efficient file sizes, enables animation and interactivity, and offers compatibility with various Apple applications and devices.


PNG (Portable Network Graphics) is a widely used raster graphics file format known for its lossless compression, supporting sharp edges, solid colors, and transparency. It offers wide color support, including 24-bit RGB, 8-bit grayscale, and 48-bit true color, along with the ability to store metadata.


JPG, or JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group), is a common file format for digital images, particularly photographs. It employs lossy compression, resulting in smaller file sizes but some loss of image quality. JPG supports variable compression levels, full-color representation with 24-bit true color, and enjoys widespread compatibility across software and devices.

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