Photoshop CS6 3D: Disable exporting ground plane

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When exporting a 3D file in PS CS6 Extended, the geometry is exported with the ground plane. Is it possible to add an option to disable this feature ?

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Jean Michel Le Goff

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Chris Cox

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Is this happening with all 3D file formats, or just one?
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Jean Michel Le Goff

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Hi, effectively, it depends of the format.

In Dae the ground plane is exported and is visible in the Bridge 3DViewer with the Y axis as up axis... (in photoshop the up axis is Z)

In Obj the file is generated, but nothing is visible in Bridge 3DViewer...

In U3D the ground plane is not visible, but as in Dae, the up axis is reversed...

Is it possible to deactived the visibility of the ground plane in Dae?
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Looks like it is just the Collada (DAE) file.

It gets ignored in Photoshop CS6 but if I bring the DAE to Cinema 4D I see the Plane there.