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File format for Blender

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Hi, i''m not sure if this is the right place for this wuestion, but i''ll ask any way! Does any one know where there might be a fairly detailed document on the blender (the modeling program) file format, so I can load models into my open gl programs. I can''t find anything about it on the web so I came here. Thanks, -J

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This should be of help:

and maybe these:


Try asking on the blender boards, I know some people are writing converters.

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The .blend file format (from what I''ve heard) is basically just a dump of all of the data to a file. This would be way more information that you''d need for a single model. You can get an export script to export the file to a mainstream format though. I have one here (it''s a gzipped python script).

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