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User Guides

The user guide section provides details to users on how to use various applications associated with OpenSceneGraph, such as standard viewers, and data processing and conversion tools.

Build system and scripts that come with the OpenSceneGraph distribution

  • CMake - how to generate Project or Make files for your platform and compiler
  • CDash - how to report build results to the public dashboard
  • Doxygen - how to build the API documentation from the OSG sources

Applications that come with the OpenSceneGraph distribution

Examples that come with the OpenSceneGraph distribution

  • Examples - an overview of the how to run the examples

Plugins that come with the OpenSceneGraph distribution

  • Plugins - an overview of the available reader and writer plugins

Applications available in the Community

  • OSGEdit - scene graph composition tool
  • Free OSG scene composer and editor OSG-SceneMaker (License : GNU GPL).
  • Free OSG scene designer and editor OSG-Designer (License : GNU GPL).
  • Free OSG scene editor OSG-SceneEdit (License : GNU GPL).

Modelling packages with OpenSceneGraph plugins.

  • OSGExp - importer/exporter plugin to 3D Studio Max.
  • osgMaya - importer/exporter plugin to Maya.
  • Blender - script for exporting to .osg ASCII format
  • DGN2OSG - Microstation DGN-importer osg-plugin based on OpenDGN from the OpenDesignAlliance
  • Maya2OSG - Autodesk Maya plug-in to export/import OSG files.

Configuring OpenSceneGraph based applications

Stereo visualization and the OpenSceneGraph

  • Stereo Settings - Environmental variable and command line settings for using stereo
  • Linux Stereo - tips on how to step up stereo under Linux