OneDrive for Business and SharePoint now supports 3D file formats

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Microsoft has recently updated OneDrive for Business and SharePoint to support more file formats through their web viewing experience. They now support over 250 different file formats including Adobe formats like Photoshop and Illustrator, 3D files, DICOM images, and more. They already support Adobe file formats, including Photoshop (PSD) and Illustrator (AI), in addition to the Acrobat format (PDF).

They have now improved the video player to make it significantly faster by streaming high-quality videos without requiring them to fully download before playback. They are also adding support for 3D formats (3MF, FBX, OBJ, PLY, STL). In addition to Windows 10, 3D file formats are supported even for Mac and Linux users without requiring any browser plug-ins. To support healthcare users, they have added support for DICOM images which will allow them to view x-rays, MRIs, CT scans, and more through OneDrive and SharePoint. Finally, they have added support for Microsoft’s own Visio formats (VSD, VSDX).

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