Video Tutorials#

View Files#

Open your files in a reliable offline tool. No more uploading! Just double click any glTF/glb file to instantly open it in Gestaltor. Use the flexible lighting environment to present your files, no matter whether you are working on Windows, Mac or Linux! View and verify your assets in the Khronos glTF standard real-time renderer to have a consistent look that also supports all Khronos standard extensions.

All 100% glTF, WYSIWYG!

Edit Files#

You are done editing text files? Start working in a fully visual interface! Easily modify every property of each single glTF component with instant results. Tweak materials, change textures, adjust values or redo your scene completely. Gestaltor now empowers you to do everything you never dared! Getting tons of export issues when converting assets into glTF? Fix them up with Gestaltor in a completely native environment!

Inspect Files#

Discover the glTF format and find its full content stripped in a nice visual breakdown- including every bit of a glTF’s asset structure, from nodes and samplers, over lights and cameras, to joints and animations. Have a deep look into the details and inspect every single property glTF has to offer! Thanks to multiple visualization modes and proper representation in UI and rendering, debugging your glTF has never been more convenient.

Compose Scenes#

With Gestaltor, simple glTF files are not the end of the workflow pipeline anymore! You can now merge multiple glTFs into one scene and create new compositions, completely inside a glTF proven environment. This even includes setting up cameras and lighting. This not only means importing content from several files, but also creating new glTF files from scratch by creating your node hierarchy and assets directly in Gestaltor.

Optimize Content#

Fine tune files to your personal use case with the powerful editing tools of Gestaltor! Clean up files by deleting unnecessary nodes, duplicated textures or even by reducing/deflating some of them to a single value instead. All of this can have a major impact on your loading and execution times. Take control, build/forge a strategy and go for it!

Gestaltor has your back and ensures to always export a valid, clean file without any unused data or legacy stuff. Even ordinary restructuring and renaming will bring major benefits to your team’s workflow and can now be done more easily than ever.

Gestaltor Features#

Here are few videos tutorials to get you started with Gestaltor.

Cleanup A glTF File#

In this video, we demonstrate how to automatically and manually cleanup a glTF file. You can remove unused objects from any glTF file using the ‘Cleanup All’ feature.

Compress A Mesh Using Draco Mesh Compression#

In this videos, we demonstrate how to compress or uncompress a mesh. Draco Mesh Compression allows glTF to support streaming compressed geometry data. Gestaltor allows you to compress or uncompress a single mesh or all meshes used in a glTF file.

Export to USDZ#

In this video, we show you how to export a glTF file to the USDZ file format.

Reduce The Number of Triangles & Vertices#

In this video, we cover how to reduce the number of triangles and vertices of a model. The ‘Reduce’ action is decimating the primitive’s number of triangles and vertices while keeping the shepe of the geometry.

Storage Format of Images & Accessors#

In this video, we show you how to store images and accessors in multiple storage formats using Gestaltor professional features. File - png/jpeg saved in relative path defined by the URI Embedded - binary data is stored in the glTF Binary buffer - binary data is stored in the .bin file