Tagged 'fbx'

Batch Exporter

3 votes

BIPPY

64 votes

Bippy is a tool for converting FBX bone data onto a 3ds Max Biped and offeres serveral tools to help optimize this conversion pipline.
Its perfect for motion capture data when the client needs the data in a biped format.

The script in action:

The script in action

 

The Script's feature list includes:

Export FBX to Unreal

1 vote

Designed specifically for Unreal (3 & 4) workflow, this script provides a quick way to export scene data with minimal interaction with scene objects.

The script will quickly export static meshes and their existing collisions, skeletal meshes or skeletal animations using the FBX format.

For a full list of features see the attached PDF guide. The guide is also installed with the script and accessible via the interface.

 

 

Stretchy Bones Converter

1 vote

Script for automating the process of getting 3dsMax's native stretchy bones into any game engine: creating a separate de-hierarchized bone structure that follows the motion of the base bone structure and automatically migrating skin weights on a mesh to those new bones.

USAGE:
Select the bones that you want to be affected with "Pick bones" button.
Select the affected mesh with a skin modifier with "Pick skinned object" button.
Press "Convert and reskin" button.

IMPORTANT:

Batch Export Any Format

0 votes

To Batch export use it script with "Batch It Max" script. "Batch It Max" can run any script on multiple files with single click.

Link for Batch It Max : http://paulneale.com/scripts/batchItMax/batchItMax.htm

Layer Manager to files Exporter

6 votes

A simple tool designed for 3d modelers to save time on exporting multiple objects and to allow them the freedom to continue working in one max file. Script allows exporting to the following formats using the layer manager: FBX,OBJ,3DS,ASE, and separate max files.

3ds MAX to UE4 FBX Scene Export

6 votes

Here's a script that I've had tucked away for a looong while now.

FBX to Biped

4 votes

You can convert FBX animation to Biped with this script

Time Range Manager

27 votes

Allows you to edit and save a collection of named time ranges and access them via a dropdown list to change the scene time range based on their time settings.

Ranges are stored as a collection called sets. Multiple sets are then stored as a collection called projects.

The data is stored in INI files and so makes it independent of any maxfile.

There's also a compact option by clicking the thin bar above the ranges list.

 

Additional features include:

Biped (.bip) Animation Batch Retargeting & FBX export

3 votes

This script was made to retarget animations so that changes could be made to the biped's proportions throughout production.

I made this for making my life easier between Max and Unity (though it could be used in any max-based pipeline). Unfortunately Unity has no native retargeting, unless your team is using Mecanim.

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