.T3D File Extension

.T3D File Extension

File Type 1

Unreal Engine 3D Object File

Developer Epic Games
Popularity
3.8  |  8 Votes
Category 3D Image Files
Format Text

What is a T3D file?

File used by the Unreal Engine, a program that allows to create multi-player first person shooter games; contains a text list of Unreal map objects, also known as map actors; used to describe different objects and place them in an Unreal map.

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T3D files use different formats for different versions of the Unreal Engine.

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Programs that open T3D files

Updated October 1, 2015
File Type 2

Swift 3D Document

Developer Electric Rain
Popularity
4.0  |  4 Votes
Category 3D Image Files
Format Binary

What is a T3D file?

3D document created by Swift 3D, a 3D modeling and animation application; saves the 3D model, material settings (textures), camera positions, lighting information, environment graphics, and other 3D information; also saves the animation timeline.

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Swift 3D documents are used for creating Adobe Flash and Microsoft Expression Blend animations. T3D files often are created from a base .3DS model.

NOTE: Electric Rain Swift 3D has been discontinued and is no longer available.

Programs that open T3D files

Windows
Electric Rain Swift 3D
Mac
Electric Rain Swift 3D
Updated October 1, 2015
File Type 3

TicTacTi Advertisement Definition File

Developer TicTacTi
Popularity
3.0  |  2 Votes
Category Settings Files
Format XML

What is a T3D file?

File used by the TicTacTi Ads Engine (tttEngine), a program used for overlaying advertisements in videos and games; contains XML-formatted text that describes the display and layout of advertisements.

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T3D files are used within videos and games to tactically place advertisements.

Programs that open T3D files

Updated March 4, 2010

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