Click Home tab Explore panel Model Explorer and make the desired layers visible.
NoteOnly layers that are turned on when you start the export operation are exported.
Zoom out to see the area to export.
Click ExportExport FBX.
In the Export To FBX dialog box, specify the area to export:
To populate the dialog box fields with the values of a recently executed export operation, click the down arrow next to Start With Recent Export. Select an export operation.
Recent exports are listed by their target file names.
To export the entire model, select Use Entire Model.
To specify an area to export, click Define Interactively and do the following:
Click the first point on a bounding box for the data to include.
Stretch the box to include the area you want, then double-click to finalize the selection.
To export specific extents, enter values in the minimum and maximum X,Y boxes or click Load Extent From File and browse to a file containing the extents.
Select the target coordinate system by doing any of the following:
Use the coordinate system shown. This is either the coordinate system assigned to the model or the last coordinate system you selected.
To select from a coordinate system library, click .
To specify a recently-used coordinate system, click the down arrow and select it.
Specify any desired offsets.
You can specify an extent offset, use the offset in the current model, or specify that no offset be used.
Specify whether to export all features in the model to a single file, or whether to export features by type to multiple files.
If you export to a single file, specify the path and file name.
To export to multiple files, click the folder icon to specify the location for each relevant feature type. If you leave an feature type blank, the export operation will omit that feature type. If the files will all be in the same location, click Set Location to set the path for all the files at one time.
To include the materials assigned to model styles in the exported file, select Export Materials/Textures.