[Papervision3D] Collada vs. Max3DS performance test -source code for download
elbarto37 at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 13 15:28:07 PDT 2009
I think the 3DS format supports animations, but I don't know if the
Max3DS.as parser can read them. Some things I've read recently seem to
suggest that 3DS is not the best format, but for basic meshes, it seems to
As for zipping the DAE file, the load times will be shorter, but there is
still the issue of that pesky memory leak.
> Aloha Andy,
> About the filesize, you can embed the dae (in flex) or zip it and i bet it
> will be close to the 3ds filesize.
> I didnt test 3ds much but does it support animations ?
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