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Interactive display and polygon statistics of FBX, DXF, 3DS scenes

A - answer With the free application Autodesk FBX Review (for Windows 7 and 8) you can interactively display shaded/rendered contents of any 3D scene/animation file in the format FBX, DXF, 3DS and others.

With Settings > Show scene statistics you can also enable displaying statistics on polygon count used in the currently loaded 3D scene.

FBX Review 1.0 supports the following 3D formats:

  • FBX (.fbx)
  • 3D Studio (.3ds)
  • Wavefront OBJ (.obj)
  • AutoCAD (.dxf)
  • Collada (.dae)
  • Biovision (.bvh)
  • MotionAnalysis (.htr, .trc)
  • Acclaim (.asf, .amc)
  • Vicon (.c3d)
  • Adaptive Optics (.aoa)
  • Superfluo (.mcd)

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23.7.2013    2864x  
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applies to: FBX ·

See also:
Tip 10329:Easily share your Fusion 360 design.
Tip 10226:How to export from Autodesk Maya to Unity or Unreal engine?
Tip 10102:How to simplify a complex 3D mesh model?
Tip 9698:Data formats supported in Autodesk InfraWorks 360.
Tip 9403:CAD formats supported in Autodesk VRED Pro.

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