The manual and forum posts seem outdated.
Manual mentions that the most popular way is to use ane exporter called YABEE but that it doesn’t work with the “latest” version of Blender , 2.80 ,while 2.80 hasn’t been the latest version for quite some time.
Other options don’t even come with Panda and are unofficial and requiring separate installation. Why? This is not a good first impression.
It is 2021, a command line tool to convert your assets is not a good first impression either.
The manual doesn’t make it clear whether blend2bam materials even work with the default renderer at all and whether the recommended unofficial renderer is simply recommended, or whether it is necessary. What’s the case?
There’s no mention what glTF supports. I realize that format is not Panda specific, but some info would be appreciated since we have to guess what glTF features Panda supports. Does it support skeletons and skeletal animations?
There’s no mention of Collada and other formats at all while on a different page it is mentioned that Panda uses Assimp for importing some formats.
Considering this and considering that I don’t need PBR materials, is Collada also an option?
I realize all this can be tested and verified in few hours but proper documentation that saves users so much time is what makes people choose one library over the other. Please take this as constructive criticism. RIght now the manual page seems like ranom unrelated posts during a 10 year period merged together, which forces me to ask these basic questions in the forum instead.