The Digital Asset Exchange (.dae) file format, also known as Collada, is an open standard XML-based format used to exchange digital assets between different software applications. It was developed by the Khronos Group in collaboration with several industry leaders to provide a common interchange format for 3D content creation tools. Collada files can contain various data types, including 3D models, animations, textures, and materials. This format enables seamless collaboration and interoperability among different software platforms, making it a popular choice for game developers, architects, and designers.
Scene Objects #
|Material||✅||✅||Toolbag supports import and export only the material’s Names without any values.|
Mesh Data #
|Vertex Color||✅||❌||Toolbag supports the import of Vertex Color but not the export.|
|N-Gons||❌||❌||N-Gons of the model will be automatically triangulated.|