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Convert Allegorithmic Substance Painter substance archive to 3ds Max (3D Studio MAX) graphics.

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3ds Max is one of the software that natively supports import of .sbsar archives (Substance Painter) and can use it for new or existing 3ds files. such sbsar to 3ds conversion is typically the case of using .sbsar as textures for new models.

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A widely-used 3D animation application from Autodesk

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Additional links: Open sbsar file, Open 3ds file


An sbsar file extension is assocated with the Allegorithmic Substance Painter, a material design tool for Windows and Mac. An sbsar file stores substance archive.


Files with 3ds file extension can be commonly found as 3D computer graphics created using 3D Studio Max software as well its successor product 3ds Max by Autodesk.


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