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Correct way to load GLB from text string?


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Hi all, 

Sorry for the lack of sandbox example, but I'm not even sure how i'd properly set this one up. Anyway, my issue is that I export my Babylon scene (as a GLB) along with some other assets as a zip file. This works AWESOME, I was surprised it was so easy.

Importing is the problem. I can get the incoming asset as whatever (binary, or string). The problem is that when I load, it incorrectly parses the file - it gives me back my JSON + binary and says ": Unexpected token g in JSON at position 0". If I trace, it looks like it has no idea what importer to use, and appears to be defaulting to the Babylon format importer.

So my question is, what is the correct mechanism to load a GLB file when I just have the data?

I'm using:

BABYLON.SceneLoader.ImportMesh('', 'data:' + content, myscene, () => { console.log('success')});


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