meshlabserver man page
MeshLab — a tool for mesh inspection, processing, and conversion
- Convert an STL file to an OBJ file:
meshlabserver -i input.stl -o output.obj
- Convert a WRL file to a OFF file, including the vertex and face normals in the output mesh:
meshlabserver -i input.wrl -o output.off -om vn fn
- Dump a list of all the available processing filters into a file:
meshlabserver -d filename
- Process a 3D file using a filter script created in the MeshLab GUI (Filters > Show current filter script > Save Script):
meshlabserver -i input.ply -o output.ply -s filter_script.mlx
- Process a 3D file using a filter script, writing the output of the filters into a log file:
meshlabserver -i input.x3d -o output.x3d -s filter_script.mlx -l logfile
MeshLab is an open source, portable, and extensible system for the processing and editing of unstructured 3D triangular meshes. The system is aimed to help the processing of the typical not-so-small unstructured models arising in 3D scanning, providing a set of tools for editing, cleaning, healing, inspecting, rendering and converting this kind of meshes. The system is based on the VCG library developed at the Visual Computing Lab of ISTI - CNR.
meshlabserver accepts the following options:
- -i meshfilename
The mesh that has to be loaded -o meshfilename The mesh where to write the result -s scriptfilename an optional script to be applied to the mesh before saving it.
MeshLab Copyright © 2005-2008 by Visual Computing Lab - ISTI CNR
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