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Hello guys!
is it possible to export project (vector) into OBJ file format instead of SVG so work can be done with ease on Apps like Blender, cinema 4D etc.
Possible ? Planed ?

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14 minutes ago, Uncle Mez said:

is it possible to export project (vector) into OBJ file format instead of SVG

When you use File > Export do you see any settings for OBJ? If not, then the answer is "no".

15 minutes ago, Uncle Mez said:

Planed ?

Serif does not comment on plans, so none of us knows, and Serif won't say. Feel free to make a Feature Request, though, or agree with an existing one.

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16 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

When you use File > Export do you see any settings for OBJ? If not, then the answer is "no".

Serif does not comment on plans, so none of us knows, and Serif won't say. Feel free to make a Feature Request, though, or agree with an existing one.

Okay!

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16 hours ago, PixelPest said:

What do you expect from an OBJ export of a 2d-app? Just asking.

Maybe, better preservation of geometry and less struggle when transfered to a 3D app.
I've nothing against svg but it seem like .obj is much better in some cases

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16 hours ago, PixelPest said:

what kind of 3d data can a 2d drawing app generate to build an OBJ file without z-depth?

black and white, gradients can be used for  z-depth/height creation ;) the Live Lighting and 3d effect light system make (basic) usage of that.

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