Supported 3D formats

ASE format overview:

ASE is an AutoCAD file format. It is an ASCII text format, which differs it from 3DS binary format. It has many similarities to the 3DS format, but data size is not restricted to 16-bit.

ASE file characteristics:

ASE format references and information:

3DS format information and examples from John Burkardt

ASE support notes inside IVCon source code:

 Author:  John Burkardt
 Change: 04 Mar 2007 Tomasz Lis adjusted to new core

 A list of supported elements follows. Please modify if you'll enhance something.
 Format support note - reading:
 - 31-bit vertices support
 - 31-bit faces support, max face order 4
 - No meshes support
 - Full 32-bit materials support, per vertex
 - No textures
 - No texture UV
 - No camera/view support
 - No Environment or lights support
 - No shapes/lines support
 Format support note - writing:
 - Full 32-bit vertices support
 - Full 32-bit faces support, max face order 26
 - Full meshes support
 - Full 32-bit materials/textures support
 - Material support - colors, alpha, two textures per material
 - Texture UV supported (per vertex)
 - Cameras supported, no default view support
 - Environment and lights supported
 - No shapes/lines support

Copying and copyrights:
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   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
   (at your option) any later version.