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This script has been in my toolbox for a long time, so I’ve taken it out, polished it up, and partnered it with a friend. There are probably other scripts out there that will do this for you but I hope you will find mine intuitive and easy to use.
Populates the Material Editor with the scene materials, or selected object materials. Has option to offset the materials placed in the material editor (usefull if there is more than 24 scenematerials). NEW: Added Material Editor Offset so it will dump materials starting at the specified slot
this script copyes uv data from one uv channel to another. and this script was written to aid exporting objects to cinema4d for painting (as cinema4d does not support multiple uv channels in the way 3dsmax does). so you need to copy your uvs to the first channel and then export.
This macroscript let's you copy one UVW Channel to another - and also
from or to Vertex Color / Illumination / Alpha. You can also delete
channels. Along with the vertexmap plugin - it is possible to use more
'vertex colors' in max5 - cause you can paint them and apply most vc
tools on the normal vc channel then copy it to another channel and use
With Toggle Diffuse you can turn on and off all scene materials. It supports all Max's (except MentalRays)materials, plus VRay's and ThinkingParticle's. The avandage is that it searches through the materials' and maps' tree to turn on the first map that has an option "Show in Viewport".
Follow Them was developed in order to help Game Developers work with more complex animations by reducing render calls. What script does, is to track listed objects' motion in Points and then attach all geometries into one and skin the new object with these Points.