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Convert Doom 3 ID Tech 4 game engine 3D mesh file to Microsoft Direct-X SDK 3D graphics.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

Models from Doom 3 game (.md5mesh) can possibly be exported and saved as Microsoft Direct-X SDK 3D graphics files (.x) with modeling software like Blender. Unfortunately we couldn't find any specific about this particular md5mesh to x conversion, so if you are looking for something particular or know anything useful, please write it in the discussion below.

Updated: August 26, 2022

Microsoft Windows software Microsoft Windows icon - convert md5mesh to x on Windows

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A very popular free program used for work with 3D graphics

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Additional links: Open md5mesh file, Open x file


Files with md5mesh extension are used by id Software company's game engine.


Files with x file extension might also be found as ASCII graphics files from DirectX development tools.


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