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This script aims to replace standard 3dsmax's Batch Render and imitates Houdini Output Node workflow. Using it you can specify rendering parameters - frame size, frame number, output path - directly to camera object, so every camera in scene 'knows' what it intended to render. Additional functionality is Lighting Assignment - you can specify which light will be turn on or off for selected camera during the rendering.
Net render not starting after cancelling during local rendering.
Improved performance with scenes with lots of cameras
Added support of Vray RT as a production renderer
Added support of using MFRender script to render scenes through BatchCamera script.
Bugfix - Error was popping up sometimes during drag-n-drop
Bugfix - Render elements didn't render in certain conditions
Bugfix - Pre-render/post-render scripts didn't work on network rendering
Bugfix - Select All and Toggle All buttons didn't work properly
Very useful plugin which can make your materials dirt in one click!
- You can control dirtiness.
- You can make presets more dry or wet.
- Dirtizer supports Multi-material (you can set random dirt to all materials at once)
- You can add your own textures of dirt. (Organize textures in "Dirtizer" folder as you want)
Edge loop regularizer for Edit Poly. This script is an extended version of the well known edge loop regularizer script. This version has a ported part of the original script that can handle edit poly objects. The only drawback is that it can be slower when you are planning to use it on an edit poly object, because how max is handling edit poly modifiers. If you are planning to use it on an edit poly modifier, it might better to detach the part you want to regularize, and than attach it back when you finished the modification.
Handling ObjectIDs in Max can be a hassle. This hopefully simplifies life for you. You can: - Easily set IDs on all selected objects. - Select objects by their ID. - List all IDs in the scene - Clear IDs - Automatically clear out old MultiMatte Render elements and recreate only the ones you need in the scene!
- Refined UI - Added incremental add and use next available ID option
A small tool I created to more quickly handle link locks. You can globally lock or unlock everything with one button. Same with just movement, rotate or scale separately. Supports multiple objects and behaves just like the normal 3dsMax Hierarchy->Link Info System.
The 3dsmax UI only allows you to set material effects ID up to 16 channels. The VRayMtl allows you to go beyond this using the effects ID override but other types of materials don't have any UI to adjust this. This tool using a backdoor into 3dsmax to set the effects ID beyond the 16 limit imposed by the UI.
This means you can create masks for every material in your scene. Using this tool you can either assign effects IDs by hand or just press to automatically create them and their mask render elements.
This script is designed to bake all your animation in the bones. If you work in the game industry, this script you will be very useful. Because it allows you to optimize your scene in such engines like Unity or Unreal engine. Instead of having to stage a lot of objects, we will be able to load them as one. Very useful when simulating breaking RDB.
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Bake your animation on bones for every object