How to Convert FBX File to OBJ in Java

This quick tutorial guides you on how to convert FBX file to OBJ in Java using a simple process. The process of converting FBX to OBJ in Java requires loading the source FBX file and then simply saving it by using the desired output file format OBJ. There is no need to use any third-party tool or install some other 3D software for this conversion from FBX to OBJ.

Steps to Convert FBX File to OBJ in Java

  1. Configure the project to add Aspose.3D using Maven Repository for converting FBX to OBJ
  2. Add references to 3D file format and Scene class
  3. Load the source FBX file using the open function of the Scene class
  4. Save the loaded FBX file as OBJ using the enumerator WAVEFRONTOBJ from FileFormat class

These steps assist to export FBX to OBJ in Java such that the advanced format of FBX containing models, skinning information, joints, UV data, and many other type of information to a simpler format OBJ capable of holding geometry and uv data only with the help of a few lines of code. You need to load the FBX file and then save it in the desired format OBJ. Note that you can save the loaded file to many other formats as well using the FileFormat enumerator.

Code to Convert FBX to OBJ in Java

In this Java code, the Scene class is used which contains multiple constructors including the default one with no arguments as demonstrated in this sample code. However, you can initialize the Scene class object by providing the entity attached to a new node, parent scene along with file name, or only the FBX file name as per the requirement.

In this short tutorial, we have learned to convert the FBX file to OBJ. If you are interested in other types of conversions like converting Bitmap to PNG, refer to the article on how to convert BMP to PNG in Java.