Using exported data

Umbra data is provided in two different formats: in Umbra's proprietary Tome format and in GLTF binary format. You must use tools provided by UmbraSDK to open the Tome format.

Using Tome data in Unity

Make sure the Tome files have been extracted to a directory.

To visualize Tome data in Unity, create a new Umbra scene. Then in the Umbra Scene object, select Local File as the Input Type and select Browser Folder. Select the Tome directory. The streaming will begin immediately.

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Instructions on how to deploy an app with the Tome data, please refer to the Unity Runtime article.

Using Tome data in Inspect

Make sure the Tome files have been extracted to a directory.

To visualize Tome data in Inspect, you must start Inspect from a command prompt. Windows example:

# Note that the directory path must include `local.grid`.
./umbrainspect.exe --local <path_to_tome_files>/local.grid

Using GLTF data

GLTF files can be opened in most 3D viewing and modeling apps. The files are organized per-LOD level, starting from level 0, the most detailed level and going up to the highest level, which contains the entire scene.