Putting your 3D models on Sketchfab is a great way to share your work with the world. Sketchfab has made this easy for you by offering exporters for several 3D programs. This is very convenient for e.g. portfolios, communication with clients or presentations. I’ve built the exporter for 3ds Max and have been maintaining it. Recently it’s been updated with a built-in lightbaker.
You probably want to show your model off on a forum or blog. The best way to do that is to embed the model as an iframe. At the top of this article you see a description. I’ve also written another article which shows some examples of the possibilities with the iframe. There are many platforms and forums which natively support Sketchfab embeds.
This script is provided as-is. If there are any bugs or problems, you can leave a comment here or contact sketchfab. This script has been developed on 3ds Max 2014 and tested on 3ds Max 2010 – 2015
- New lightbaking feature
- New user documentation
- implements sketchfab API V2
- faster and more stable uploads
- doesn’t create a thumbnail anymore, sketchfab does this for you
- streamed upload
- improved compatibility with older max-versions