Here is a list of the types of content that you can currently export with Spline. Additional export types will come in the future.
🥕 3D Content
- Public URL (hosted on Spline servers).
- URL (like my.spline.design...)
- Embed Code (ideal for embedding in other tools like WordPress).
- Code (Experimental)
- Vanilla js (WebContent) - The same as Public URLs, but to download locally.
- Three.js - Same as Embed Code but optimized for Three.js with Draft and Production options.
- React Component - Same as Embed Code but optimized for React with Draft and Production options.
- react-three-fiber - Same as Embed Code but optimized for react-three-fiber.
- STL (3D Printing)
- USDZ (iOS AR)
- Spline Files (Files with ".spline" that you can save locally).
🎥 Frame Recording (Experimental)
- Image Sequence
Here is a list of the file formats you can import into Spline. Additional export types will come in the future.
- SVG (partially)
🥕 3D Content
- GLTF (as .gltf)
- Spline Files (.spline)
Yes, if you export your scene as a "Public URL", you can use the links or embed codes to embed it on platforms like Notion, WordPress, Webflow, etc.
We recommend using the latest version of your OS to run Spline. 3D is a relatively new technology for browsers, and it requires more CPU/GPU processing than traditional 2D design tools.
If you are using a Macbook Pro with a discreet GPU card, a common suggestion is to enable high-performance settings by defaults.
There are currently two different Account Plans on Spline.
- Basic (Free)
- Super Team
You get started with the Basic plan for Free. You can upgrade to a Super or Super Team Account to remove the Spline logo from Public URLs, create unlimited files, invite unlimited team members, and more.
There's also the option to subscribe on a Monthly or Annual basis with the Super and Super Team plans.