StateSets operator for LPM 1.09+

3 votes
Version: 
0.1.1

/*
Title     :  StateSets operator for LPM 1.09+*
            - Plugin 3ds max's 2013 State Sets in LPM

Copyright :  2012-2013 veda3d.com
Author    : Royal Ghost

Version   : 0.1.1
                        - Support for 3dsmax 2014
Version   : 0.1.0
                        - First alpha release
                        - Tested on 3dsmax 2013 (PU2)
           
Usage        :            
                        1. Add custom operator "StateSets" in LPM
                        2. Right click on added "StateSets" -> Edit
                        3. In 3dsmax State Sets windows make any State current (enable)
                        4. Press Pick button.
                        Render pass in LPM.
           
Homepage  : http://veda3d.com

* LPM - Lukas Lepicovsky's LPass Manager www.lukashi.com
*/

State Sets and Render Preset addons were included by Lukas in to his latest version of the LPM (v1.13). Also all my fixes for LPM were included. So, if you want to use it please update your version of LPM.


Version Requirement: 
2013-2014
Other Software Required: 
L Pass Manager (LPM)
Video URL: 

Comments

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.
Royal Ghost's picture

@crystal3d I don't fully

@crystal3d I don't fully understand what you try to do. SS operator only saves StateSet name, and activate it when LPM starts render.

Royal Ghost | veda3d.com

crystal3d's picture

State Sets disable:

Is it possible to open a scene without the state set feature? You know, it still gives out an error and crash the scene sometimes and i have to merge the scene to rescue it.(as this does not load the state set data)

aomay's picture

Thank you!!

Thank you
(T_T)

akisey's picture

Gonna try this! I hope it

Gonna try this! I hope it works as well as I hope :-)
Thank you for not letting LPM die!

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.