Using Embed Options
Each Sketchfab membership plan offers different embed options.
Additional options can be unlocked by clicking Upgrade Now in the Embed viewer pop-up (below) and upgrading your Sketchfab plan.
Basic and Plus membership users can edit a number of options for their model in the Embed viewer pop-up. Under the Appearance tab (above), you can set a Fixed Size, toggle on a Dark Theme, or use the BBcode format, instead of HTML.
Under the Content tab, you can choose how to present your model. You can toggle on the ability for your model to autostart, use an animated entrance, use turntable animation, or preload textures. You can also decide how the navigation hint appears.
Lastly, under the Annotations tab, you can choose whether or not to show your annotations and which annotation to start with.
In addition to the free Basic/Plus membership options above, under the Content tab, Pro users can turn on a transparent background behind their model.
In addition to Pro membership options, Premium users can hide viewer controls (bottom-right corner) and model information (top-left corner) from the embedded viewer. See the differences in the embedded models below:
In addition to Premium membership options, Business users can remove the link back to the Sketchfab model page when a user clicks the Sketchfab logo in the lower-left corner of the Sketchfab viewer.
The Enterprise plan allows you to remove all elements, including the link to the Sketchfab model page and the Sketchfab logo watermark, from your embedded player. If you're interested in Enterprise, contact our team.
Using Embed Parameters
You can even go beyond the options in the Embed viewer pop-up! How? Add one of the many available parameters (listed below) to the model URL and assign a proper value.
Need an example?
If you wanted your embedded model to start and spin automatically, you could add the autospin and autostart parameters to your model's URL and set the correct value.
And if you had Premium membership, you can add the ui_infos, ui_controls, and ui_stop parameters to hide the model information. Doing so would result in an embedded viewer URL like this: