Model Editor Page

Learn how to use the view & edit page.
On this page, you can view 3D models, edit their textures, color, lighting settings, and other attributes, add annotations, and export them to your project.
The View & Edit page is available in the Pro and Custom plans.

Importing or Exporting a 3D Model

You can simply drag and drop a file from local storage to this tool or click any of the 3D assets in your project that are available for processing at the bottom of the screen.
You can export the result by clicking any of the Export buttons under
  • Export to Console adds the model to your project as a new entry.
  • Apply to Entry overrides the current entry with this new version of the model and adds the current variant to the same model entry as another version of the model. Note that if no variant was created, this would override the current entry with this new version of the model.
  • Download Model downloads the model to local storage.
You can generate a 2D image thumbnail representing the 3D asset by setting the poster parameters and clicking the Poster button:

Setting Lighting, Animations, and Annotations

This section allows you to set the lighting affecting the model, change its shadow, and add an HDR image to set the background.
You can review animations and set annotations on the model.

Changing Materials and Colors

This section allows setting the 3D model's materials, textures, color, metallic roughness, normal maps, and more.

Creating a Variants

In this same section, you can edit 3D models and save variants of the same model. These can be exported back into the console as a new model, downloaded, or saved as a variant of the same model as part of the same entry ID.
Click on Create Variant.
Make your modifications to the model.
Click Apply to Entry under the Export buttons under
to save the variant you created under the same model entry.

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Inspecting as Raw Data

This section allows viewing and inspecting the 3D models in raw JSON format.

Generating a 2D Snapshot

You can click the Camera icon on the bottom right corner of the tool to save a 2D image thumbnail of the current view of the model.

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