Tagged 'save'

OutFiler file browser

7 votes

I have always been not happy with the endless movement through Windows folders to save and load scenes and models. It really takes 20-30% of the working time. Neither Windows nor 3dsmax can provide recent paths and easy folder navigation. I'm tired of this nonsense.
And then I wrote the OutFiler.

Script that has the ability to quickly find the necessary folders, save the history of movements along them with back/next buttons and recent list and the favorite paths for quick access to working scenes.

Copitor

111 votes

Copitor allow you to quick copy/paste selected objects to another Max scene or in another Max if you have 2 3dsMax open. I also like to use it like as a "quick backup" for try something, and to be sure to loose nothing :)

Installation: Drop The file in max viewport and go to Customize ==> Customize User Interface ==> Category: zOffTy Tools ==> Copitor

How to use Copitor

Save button

5 votes

If you're tired of 3dsmax Auto-saving and freezing when you are working, this script is for you.

It's based on an idea of Vincent Lacour.

installation :

Put the file in the Scripts/startup folder of your 3dsmax installation.

Restart 3dsmax How it works :

When you start 3dsmax you'll notice a new tool at the bottom left of your UI.

If you right clic on the biggest button, you'll see a few options :

Material Manager

1 vote

Material Manager gives users a one-click solution for saving out materials and also reapplying them. Users can choose to save the selected objects materials, or the entire scenes materials.

Face Pose Saver

1 vote

A 3ds Max script to save key positons of the face witch is controlled with sliders

Video link

GitHub link

ABOUT THE SCRIPT:
It's a tool for animators to save key face poses and speed up work. It's gets the position of the selected sliders and do a snapsot on the viewport and save as a button. First you have to set the "CHR" as the charachter name and set the path where the picurates begin saved.

miauu's Script Pack vol.1

13 votes

miauu's Script Pack is a set of scripts that will help you to make faster and easier some of the tedious task when you use 3ds Max.

miauu's Script Pack include:

incrementalSave

57 votes

This macroscript is a replacement for the save function. It saves incremental file versions while keeping the name of the latest - most-up-to-date version always the same as the original file. This is good for XRef'ing because the filename does not change. Just add it to your File menu and/or define Ctrl+S as shortcut.
New: Old file versions will now be saved to a subdirectory
v0.61 update: Bug fix to handle non-standard number prefixes; small improvements to the UI and error messages

Camera Aspect Lister

18 votes

This little script is for people who makes numerous still image camera views with different image aspects. The script lets you choose a camera and modify the aspect on the fly and store this as a postfix the camera name.

This way you dont have to remember what aspect you used for a certain camera.

Script is only beta version - and my first ever script, so be warned. 

I am thinking of expanding to also link up a scene state with each camera, for easy storing of per-camera lights etc. 

Teamwork

13 votes

Teamwork Script User Interface

Save & Restore Views

6 votes

A simple script that is pretty similar to max's own "Save active perspective view" and "Restore active perspective view" functionality just that there are 5 slots with preview images. Un-comment the first 2 lines to install it as a macroscript. Click the little lock symbol to save a view, click the image button to restore it. 

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