Tagged 'collect'

Search Materials And Maps

11 votes

 

 

The script is also dockable and it has now a right click menu:

 

This MaxScript collecting all materials, maps and texture, it also allow to search materials, maps or textures by name. You can modify the texture path, also for multiple selections, and you can copy the selection to the material editor.

Parameters Collector

2 votes

Collects all parameters within selected objects, modifiers on objects or slate nodes (materials) so you can mass change their values.

Installation:

just drag&drop to max and the you can find the script inside ProgressiveFX category

Changelog:

v1.2.1

- added exception if nothing selected in slate material editor

FilePathFinder Pro & Light versions

410 votes

FilepathFinder - is a most advanced tool for working with asset files in 3ds Max.
With FilepathFinder you can easy find, collect and work with asset files.
Utility supports XRefs of all types and processes all XRefs scenes linked to current.
Unlike all other such scripts, it really finds all resources (images, HDR-images, Proxy, IES-files, shaders).
FilePathFinder helps you quickly select objects in your scene or find the necessary materials and textures and place them in the Materials Editor.
Also with this tool you can easily archive the 3ds Max scene.

 

 

FilepathFinder PRO v3.76.14

New Features & Fixes for FilePathFinder Pro

  • Speeds up the relinking of asset files approximately in 7 times!
  • Adds support to 3ds Max 2019
  • Display progress bar when Copy and Relink assets
  • Adds an ability to rename Asset link + file on Hdd in more simple way - using menu-item or shortcut (SHIFT+F2)
  • Simplifying Deployment. New capability for installation plugin and creation the identification files in silent mode.
  • Fixes a minor issue with relinking background images
  • Fixes a bug with crashing the plugin in scenes which contains VRayOSLTex and VRayGLSLTex textureMaps
  • Fixes an issue with generating preview for some .PSD files.
  • Fixes a potential issue with generating bug-reports.
  • Fixes some another minor issues.
  • Fixes some potential issues with compatibility with other 3ds Max plugins.
  • Fixes some another minor issues.
  • Fixes some minor interface issues
  • Fixes an issue with flickering toolTips in Windows 7

New Features & Fixes for tool Batch Render&Relink

  • Adds capability to render in batch mode using Maxwell Renderer
  • More accuracy find compatible renderer by material
  • Fixes an issue with using Vray Frame Buffer for rendering thumbnails in Vray Next.
  • Uses real World and mapChannel settings from materials when rendering preview for materials.( Avalable only with default material's studio)
  • Fixes a bug whith rendering some 3d models. [Batch Render&Relink]
  • Fixes a bug when rendering preview works very slowly when Vray material contains displacement
  • Fixes a logical mistake in using variables "FilePath" and "FileName" in "Batch Render&Relink" tool

MB Resource Collector

43 votes

Interface of MB Resource Collector 0.2 This script is something like a replacement for the File > Archive... function found in 3ds Max. It will collect ALL assets currently used in the scene file into one common directory, optionally changing/removing path names. This includes final gather maps, photometric files, environment maps, bitmaps used in a displacement modifier etc., basically everyhting that is listed in the Asset Tracking System will be collected, too.

This is useful if you want to send your entire scene with all required files to someone else in one flat folder.

Optionally, the script can change the asset path names to match the new location, either as absolute or relative path names. It can also include the currently open .max file and create a .zip archive from all collected files in one go.

Collect Asset

28 votes

This script collects textures and other files used in the scene in one folder. Check for the same file names.
It is free script.

bitmapCollector

18 votes

Collects all the scene bitmaps and places them into a single directory, updating your scene to point to their new home.

Tutorial:
Open a scene that contains a lot of bitmaps. Run the UI version of the script. Choose a Directory. Hit Do. All the bitmaps you choosed will be copied to the directory you specified, and now all the scene materials point to that directory.

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