Tagged 'Batch Render'

Batch Camera Render

243 votes

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.

Recent update:

  • Region render parameter can be specified for each camera
  • Set Viewport button sets viewport camera and resolution and aspect as well
  • It is possible now to specify backburner servers and server groups for silent rendering submit (code editing required)

Here are the details: http://usakhelo.github.io/batchcam/batchcam-1.9.15.html

MFRender

7 votes

MFRender



render multiple max files very easy with this script.

 

how to use :

Drag this script in Max or run via MAXScript -> Run Script.

Render settings will be used from the files unless you overwrite them.

If you need more info, just comment. I hope the interface is obvious.

Batch Render Wizard

33 votes

Batch Render Wizard is a Scripted Floating Modeless Dialog that allows the quick setup of Batch Render combinations of Cameras, Scene States and Render Presets. It leverages 3ds Max built-in Batch Render system which allows saving Command Line Batch files, Net Render, and also saves everything in the scene so that other users don't even need this script.
NOW AVAILABLE !

Batch Render Wizard Example

Render Still Cameras

1 vote

VERY QUICK & SIMPLE BATCH RENDERER for STILL IMAGES. Just 2 clicks and ready to go!

This script is very useful to render many views from a single model or scene when you have already placed still cameras.

It combines many still cameras into one single animated camera that shows all those views sequentially, one per frame.

Then you just need to render the new camera to a sequence of images.

 

HOW IT WORKS:

The script lets you first select the still cameras to combine into one.

Batch Camera Render 2

7 votes

Asset Mass Analyzer

20 votes

Many 3d offices and individuals have folders filled with 3d objects ready to be put to action. Custom asset browsers, databases, tools and plugins are available for accessing these objects. But what happens when the quality of the objects isn’t that good (anymore)? It is a lot of work to check every file by hand. I call this: asset-rot. No sweat! I present the Asset Mass Analyzer!

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