Export the assembly from the NavVis platform

In this article, you will learn how to export the NavVis assembly through an RMX file from the NavVis cloud and how to import it to the platform.


You want to import a NavVis project into the platform, this article is for you.

As you know, the assembly of the different captures is done in the NavVis web interface but when you export your e57 files and the images you lose these assemblies.

By exporting the RMX files with the command below, you will set the default position of the sources in the viewer.

Please note, following an update to the NavVis software, the e57 file may contain georeferencing information, and you will no longer need the .RMX file. Before performing this operation, check that the e57 is placed correctly on the platform.

Start by opening your project in NavVis cloud and aligning your sources.

Once aligned, and visible in the NavVis viewer, press F12 on your keyboard to open the console. Copy/paste the following code into the console and press "Enter".

javascript:(function(s){s.src=' https://rmvantax.s3.eu-west-3.amazonaws.com/ZAPx.js';document.body.appendChild(s)})(document.createElement ('script') );

An RMX file will be generated for each recording.

You may need to allow the page to download multiple files the first time.


Once your RMX files have been downloaded from NavVIS, make sure that each RMX has the exact same name as the e57. You will find those in the files tab in the project's edit page.


If this is not the case, you can find your files in the download folder of your computer, rename them.


Once done, you can import them as resources in your project in order to apply the assembly made in NavVis.

Please keep in mind that your source files must be added and processed by the platform before sending the .rmx files.

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Editor : Alexis Helper
Creator : Alexis Helper
Last modification : 28/08/2023

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