3D Photo Browser
If you are looking for 3D Photo Browser, you have come to the right place. We explain what 3D Photo Browser is and point you to the official download.
What is 3D Photo Browser?
3D Photo Browser is a program from Mootools Software that functions as a 3D media file manager. The software allows users to browse and organize their 3D files, whether these are photos, images or videos.
3D Photo Browser comes in four versions: 3D Browser Light Edition, Image Edition, 3D Browser for 3D Users, and 3D Browser for 3D Users + Polygon Cruncher.
All versions are able to support a wide selection of media formats, including the following: 3ds, which is a 3D Studio format; Obj, a Wavefront format; Stl, for Stereolithography files; X, for DirectX; and Dae, a Collada file format. Maya-rendered images (Mb and Ma), and Max images (3ds Max) are also supported via their respective plug-ins.
JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, PSD and TIFF; plus other popular image file extensions are likewise supported by the software. Furthermore, camera RAW files, MP3 and WAV are also recognized by the program.
3D Photo Browser is software that is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP and XP x64; as well as Windows Vista, 7 and 8. The software is available in two languages: French and English.
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File types supported by 3D Photo Browser
Our users primarily use 3D Photo Browser to open these file types:
About file types supported by 3D Photo Browser
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Last updated: : March 14, 2013