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Free online viewer for USD/USDA/USDZ files (Pixar).

A - answer Files in the 3D format USD (Pixar Universal Scene Description) can be created with current versions of Autodesk Maya, 3ds Max or Fusion 360, for example. They are mainly used in VR and AR applications. In addition to the 3D model geometry, an USD scene can also include textures and motion animation. You may encounter variants with the extensions .usd, .usda or .usdz.

These files can be viewed natively on Apple mobile devices (iOS). But you can also easily view them interactively using the free online USD viewer, which can be found here in the Converters section. View one of the sample models or drag your local USD file into the browser window with your mouse. See USD Viewer.

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14.3.2022    26712×  
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applies to: 3ds Max · Maya · Fusion 360 360 ·

See also:
Tip 14075:Overview of CAD formats supported in Inventor 2025 (import/export/AnyCAD).
Tip 13557:How to create an image with transparent background in Fusion 360?
Tip 13316:Concerned about security of your Fusion designs? Where are hosted your USD Viewer files?
Tip 13280:How to publish models in USD/USDz format from Inventor?
Tip 9069:How to change currency units for the Estimated cost iProperty in Inventor?

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