Color Pick Converter

18 votes
Version: 
v 2.0
Date Updated: 
06/08/2010
Author Name: 
Joker Martini

Choose any color and view its code values for both 8 Bit (0 - 255) and Arithmetic (0.0 - 1.0) for 3ds Max.

Installation
1. Run script from the Utilities panel in max

Version Requirement: 
Max 5+
Other Software Required: 
3ds Max

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JokerMartini's picture

sorry for the broken link.

sorry for the broken link. I'll upload in about an hour and you'll be able to download it then.

John Martini
Digital Artist
http://www.JokerMartini.com (new site)

mike_kennedy's picture

Script is missing, 404 error

I love this script but can't download it :(

Mike Kennedy
earth_mike(AT)hotmail.com

wobi's picture

Nice one but what about this plug

Hey, this is a nice little script. Thank you for this. But, maybe some of you might be interested in that.

http://maxplugins.de/max2011.php?search=coolpicker&sort=Author

I use this a my standard color picker for long time now and it has quite some cool features... just to let you know. Keep up the good work though.

Greets Ben

maxwell3d's picture

Hexadecimal Color Palette Script

Thanks a lot!!
very useful!

fajar's picture

Well done .... thank U very

Well done ....

thank U very much.

Sevensheaven's picture

Very useful, thanks for

Very useful, thanks for sharing, much appreciated. I think it's crazy that after all these years the native 3ds Max color selector still doesn't support hex color values.

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fajar's picture

its more nice if you add

its more nice if you add index color converter to it, like if this color :

R : 127
G : 56
B : 56

index color : #7f3838

Ian31R's picture

Nice, the hex value seems to

Nice, the hex value seems to work pretty good. Another suggestion would be to have 8-bit and floating-point values for an alpha channel as well. Some applications use alpha with hex values as well, by adding an extra hex key at the end. For example, all black with 100% alpha would be #000000FF.

Michele71's picture

Little but BIG Script! Thanks

Little but BIG Script! Thanks for sharing... it's very helpful :)

Ian31R's picture

Just a suggestion, It would

Just a suggestion,
It would be nice to have a hexadecimal value as well. For example #FFFFFF would be white and #000000 would be black.

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