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Which file formats are supported in Autodesk 3ds max?

A - answer 3ds max 9 supports the following formats of graphic files:

Scene import formats:

  • 3DS, AI, DDF, DEM, DWG, DXF, HTR, IAM, IGES, IPT, LP, LS, MTL, OBJ, PRJ, SHP, STL, TRC, VW, WRL, WRZ
  • Scene export formats:

  • 3DS, AI, ASE, ATR, BLK, DF, DWF, DWG, DXF, HTR, IGES, LAY, LP, M3G, MTL, OBJ, STL, VW, WRL
  • Texture import formats (raster):

  • AVI, BMP, CIN, CWS, DDS, EXR, GIF, HDR, ICB, IFL, JPEG, MPEG, MOV, PIC, PNG, PSD, RGB, RLA, RPF, SGI, TGA, TIF, VDA, VST, YUV
  • Bitmap export formats (raster):

  • AVI, BMP, CIN, DDS, EPS, EXR, HDR, ICB, JPEG, MOV, PIC, PNG, PS, RGB, RLA, RPF, SGI, TGS, TIF, VDA, VST, VUE
  • Other formats are supported through external plug-in modules.

    For newer versions, see Max formats

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