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Spline File Format

Spline File Structure#

A spline file is an .spl text file, based on the json format. This file contains all necessary information to define a spline graph consisting of points in 3D space, connected by cubic Bezier spline segments. Spline graphs can be adjusted by manually editing an .spl file in a text editor or via API.

There are 2 basic sections in the .spl file:

  • Points. This section contains the list of all points of the spline graph represented by their coordinates (X, Y, Z).
  • Segments. This section contains the list of spline segments connecting different points.

In general the syntax of the .spl file is as follows:

Source code
{
	"points": [
		[
			-1335.1749267578125,
			78.811111450195313,
			4.7690000534057617
		],
		
		...
		
	],
	"segments": [
		{
			"start_index": 0,
			"start_tangent": [
				-4.7529296875,
				4.06640625,
				-2.1245796233415604e-009
			],
			"start_up": [
				0,
				0,
				1
			],
			"end_index": 1,
			"end_tangent": [
				2.8794116973876953,
				-1.2208551168441772,
				8.9795076929632955e-010
			],
			"end_up": [
				0,
				0,
				1
			]
		},
		
		...
		
	]
}

Points Data#

The first section of the .spl file contains the array of spline points. Each point is represented as an array of 3 coordinates (X, Y, Z). The number of points is not limited. Vertex indices come in the order of appearance starting from 0.

Source code
"points": [
		[
			-1335.1749267578125,
			78.811111450195313,
			4.7690000534057617
		],
		[
			-1404.5445556640625,
			150.18548583984375,
			3.8284587860107422
		],
		[
			-1427.984130859375,
			153.21903991699219,
			3.1477432250976562
		],
		[
			40.473739624023438,
			563.27911376953125,
			2.1209244728088379
		], 
		
		...
	]

Segments Data#

The second section of the .spl file contains the list of spline segments connecting the points described above. The number of segments is not limited and does not depend on the number of points.

Each of the segments is represented by the following elements:

start_index

Index of the spline segment's starting point in the list of points.

start_tangent

Tangent coordinates at the starting point of the spline segment. Tangent coordinates define the form of the segment.

start_up

"Up" vector coordinates at the starting point of the spline segment.

end_index

Index of the spline segment's ending point in the list of points.

end_tangent

Tangent coordinates at the ending point of the spline segment. Tangent coordinates define the form of the segment.

end_up

"Up" vector coordinates at the ending point of the spline segment.

Source code
"segments": [
		{
			"start_index": 0,
			"start_tangent": [
				-4.7529296875,
				4.06640625,
				-2.1245796233415604e-009
			],
			"start_up": [
				0,
				0,
				1
			],
			"end_index": 1,
			"end_tangent": [
				2.8794116973876953,
				-1.2208551168441772,
				8.9795076929632955e-010
			],
			"end_up": [
				0,
				0,
				1
			]
		}, 
		
		...
	]
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