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The file used by Adobe Director, a program used to create interactive multimedia content for the Internet, CDs and DVDs; It stores a 3D scene and / or animation that was exported from a third-party 3D modeling program and then imported into Adobe Director for publishing on the Internet.
W3D files can be included in the Adobe Director’s movie project (.DIR file) or called Shockwave multimedia application that has been published on the Internet. They are played with the Adobe Shockwave player, which was replaced by the Adobe Flash Player.
NOTE. Intel and Macromedia (acquired by Adobe Systems) jointly created the W3D format. It was designed to allow third-party 3D modeling tools to export 3D scenes and then transfer them online using Shockwave Player.