Exporting Artwork from Design Tools
You need to use Qt Bridge to first export 2D assets from design tools and then to import them into Qt Design Studio.
When working with 3D assets, you can use the export functions provided by the 3D graphics tools to save the assets in widely-used 3D graphics formats, and then use Qt Bridge to import them into Qt Design Studio.
You can use the Qt online installer to install Qt Bridge if you have a commercial Qt Design Studio license. You can also purchase a Qt Bridge license separately from the Qt Marketplace and then install Qt Bridge using the Qt online installer.
For best results when importing assets, follow the guidelines for creating and exporting them.
- Exporting Designs from Adobe Illustrator
You can either copy-paste your assets to Adobe Photoshop as smart objects or export them into file formats supported by Qt Design Studio.
- Exporting Designs from Adobe Photoshop
You can use the Qt Bridge for Adobe Photoshop export tool in Adobe Photoshop to convert artwork into .metadata format that you can import into projects in Qt Design Studio.
- Exporting Designs from Sketch
You can use the Qt Bridge for Sketch export tool in Sketch to convert artwork into metadata that you can import into projects in Qt Design Studio.
- Exporting 3D Assets
You can import files you created using 3D graphics applications and stored in several widely-used formats, such as .blend, .dae, .fbx, .glb, .gltf, .obj, .uia, or .uip.
Available under certain Qt licenses.
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