We added a 3JS (Three.JS) choice for creating HTML pages.

This format does not require the viewer to have Acrobat installed or set as the default PDF viewer in their browser, so it might be a better choice for users who were using RPS 3D PDF to embed their SketchUp models as interactive models in their web pages. It also seems to work on devices where the PDF/U3D format was not supported, such as mobile devices.

If you are interested in using this Three.JS format, please try it out and let us know what we need to improve it. It is simply selected as an Output Type option on the 3D PDF dialog:

Here are 4 Three.js models and their 3D PDF versions for comparison:

http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/3dpdf_samples/plane.html
http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/3dpdf_samples/plane.pdf
 
http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/3dpdf_samples/Beach-Cottages.html
http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/3dpdf_samples/Beach-Cottages.pdf
 
http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/3dpdf_samples/gazebo.html
http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/3dpdf_samples//gazebo.pdf
 
http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/3dpdf_samples/rpc_cars.html
http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/3dpdf_samples/rpc_cars.pdf
 

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Hello - How do I get this option (3JS output) to show up in my current version of RP 3DPDF?

You would have to download and install the latest version of RPS 3D PDF from:

http://www.renderplus.com/wp2/download/

Since your license is over 1 year old, you would need to purchase a renewal on this page:

http://www.renderplus.com/htm/renew_license.htm

to be able to run the latest version.
 
John Cates said:

Hello - How do I get this option (3JS output) to show up in my current version of RP 3DPDF?

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