If you are a web designer, web developer, or online marketer using 3D content, you know that the most important quality criteria is the loading speed and the performance of your site. If the 3D files you embed are too big, the overall experience will suffer. Optimization is a process that every 3D scene should go through for best visual results.
To think alongside you, Vectary has launched a new 3D scene analyzer tool. It does not only analyze the parts of the project that need to be optimized, but it also has a set of tools that enable you to do so quickly and effectively. This solution is helpful whether you use Vectary’s built-in WebAR viewer or your own solution. Optimize your 3D files for the web, Augmented reality, game design, or VR.
This section shows the number of objects in the scene and the polygon count. It is best to keep the number of objects below 100 and the polygon count up to 100K. Same is recommended for the Augmented Reality preview.
The texture analyzer displays how many textures are in the project and their resolution. In Vectary, you can minimize the resolution of textures, and the lower quality will not be noticeable. Try to keep the number of textures below 100. It is possible to reuse the material on multiple objects to further reduce the size.
This section calculates the approximate loading time on an average computer with an average internet connection. A size below 5MB is prefered, and the loading time should be below 3 seconds for the best experience.
Performance refers to how many frames per second the scene is running at. If the framerate drops below 24, the 3D model might lag when rotating it with a mouse. It also lists the effects that are the most performance-consuming. Consider disabling them for a better experience. Please note the performance is calculated based on the device where your project is open.