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  1. Here is an MVR Updater. It is a private, local first (not uploading data to server, all is processed in the web browser) tool that allows to easily update GDTF files inside an MVR zipped scene file. This is useful in a few scenarios: for older MVRs, where the GDTFs have been improved over time for MVRs coming from tools that only use placeholder GDTF files for tools that export only parts of previously added GDTFs The initial load time of the MVR Updates takes a few seconds but the upside is that any-sized MVRs/GDTFs then take no time to load, because they are all processed locally in the web browser. https://gdtf.eu/mvr/mvr_artist/
  2. Is there a way to download the GDTF file made from the fixture builder without uploading it to the share site? The fixture is not fully complete and I would like to test it on our MA3 before to make sure it is working properly.
  3. Hi All, I'm in the midst of coding a GDTF file viewer for a project I'm working on. I'm currently trying to make sure that I have all the possible attributes listed so that my program doesn't error when a user uploads a GDTF file. Is there an XML file (description.xml) which has every attribute and property in it so that I can use it for parsing and testing? Thanks all!
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