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Here are 2 simple steps to convert your X to OBJ using our fast and free X converter tool.
|Full Name||Direct X File|
A Microsoft X file refers to a specific file format used by Microsoft DirectX, a collection of application programming interfaces (APIs) designed to handle multimedia-related tasks in Windows-based applications. The X file format is primarily used for 3D model storage and is commonly employed in computer graphics, gaming, and virtual reality applications. It serves as a standardized way to store and exchange 3D object data, including mesh geometry, materials, textures, animations, and hierarchy information, making it easier for developers to import and utilize 3D models within DirectX-powered applications.
Microsoft X files have a hierarchical structure, allowing complex 3D scenes to be represented efficiently. They typically use the extension ".x" and can be saved in either ASCII or binary format. While the ASCII format is human-readable and editable, the binary format offers faster loading times and reduced file sizes, making it more suitable for real-time applications. Developers can create or export X files from 3D modeling software or use specialized conversion tools to convert models from other formats into X files for use in DirectX-based projects.
Due to the popularity of DirectX in the gaming industry and other multimedia applications, the Microsoft X file format has played a significant role in facilitating the exchange and utilization of 3D assets. However, it's worth noting that as technology advances, new formats and standards may emerge, potentially impacting the prevalence of the X file format in future developments.
X Converter Capabilities
Our X 3D Model/Mesh tool does not support any color material data contained within X files so the converted file will not contain any color information.
|Opens With||MeshLab, CAD Assistant, DAZ Studio|
An OBJ file is a widely used file format in 3D computer graphics that serves as a standard representation for 3D models. It stands for "Object" and was originally developed by Wavefront Technologies. OBJ files store geometric data, such as vertex positions, normals, texture coordinates, and face information, describing the surface of a 3D object. This data is presented in plain text, making OBJ files human-readable and easy to exchange between various 3D modeling and rendering software.
The structure of an OBJ file is based on vertices (points in 3D space), which form the building blocks of the 3D model's shape. These vertices are organized into faces, typically triangles or quads, representing the surfaces of the object. Alongside the geometric data, OBJ files can also include material information, enabling the application of textures and shaders to the 3D model, providing it with color, reflectivity, and other visual properties.
Due to its simplicity and compatibility across different software platforms, the OBJ file format has become a popular choice for sharing 3D models. However, being a relatively basic format, OBJ files may not support complex features found in more advanced formats like animation data or high-level shader definitions. Despite this limitation, OBJ remains a widely adopted format in various industries, including gaming, animation, virtual reality, and 3D printing.
Your X file will be converted to a OBJ file using our unified 3D model and mesh conversion tool. Our X 3D tool performs accurate conversions of 3D elements such as vertices, faces, normals and relevant material information. Our tool will not attempt to transfer any color information if present in your X file, your final 3D model will contain geometry data only.
First click the "Upload..." button, select your X file to upload. Your X file will be uploaded to our servers. When the X to OBJ conversion has completed, you can download your OBJ file straight away.
We aim to process all X to OBJ conversions as quickly as possible, this usually takes around 5 seconds however this can be longer for certain files, so please be patient.
We aim to provide the best conversion experience. Our tools are under constant review and development with new features being added every week.