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How to Import and Export 3D Graphics

Mathematica can import and export 3D graphics in a variety of standard formats, allowing interchange with other applications. As with other 3D graphics in Mathematica, imported 3D graphics can be rotated and zoomed in and out with a mouse or other input device. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.

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Nick Gaskill
Whether it is for importing, exporting, or other operations, Mathematica must know where to look for files on your computer before it can use them. Mathematica provides several convenient ways for doing this. In this "How to" screencast, learn how to insert a file path.
Nick Gaskill
You may wish to save your work in a format other than the default Mathematica notebook for sharing or publication. Mathematica has a very robust system for exporting your documents to PDF, a popular file format. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.
Nick Gaskill
After creating or editing an animation in Mathematica, you can export it for use in other programs. Mathematica can import and export animations in several formats. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.
Nick Gaskill
Mathematica can import and export 3D graphics in a variety of standard formats, allowing interchange with other applications. As with other 3D graphics in Mathematica, imported 3D graphics can be rotated and zoomed in and out with a mouse or other input device. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.
Rob Raguet-Schofield
There are many convenient ways to get an image into Mathematica, including drag-and-drop. You can also import images by evaluating commands in a notebook. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.
David Mitchell
You may want to export a graphic for use outside Mathematica. You have a large set of choices of raster and vector formats. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.