Tagged 'scene'

Interactive Universal Renamer

NEW VERSION: Asset Paths + Sorting + Filtering + Multiselection

Make sure to select items in the list to see the renaming preview and do the actual renaming!

Outliner

 The Outliner 2.0 is a fast and easy to use scene management tool. It has a wide range of features, including selecting, hiding, freezing, linking and grouping objects in the "Hierarchy Mode". In the "Layer Mode" you can organize your scene by dragging&dropping objects from one layer to the other. What's more, the Outliner offers support for nested layers, to manage scenes more efficiently. The interface is nimble enough to keep it open constantly.

Drag & Drop Reference Images

waRp Slate

Inserts into Material Editor sets of 24 SCENE materials.
If there are more than 24 materials in the scene you can choose, which set of 24 you want to load to the Material Editor (slate number one means get the first 24 scene materials, set number two means get the second set of 24 materials and so on).

Scene Notes helper


There is many manners to save notes to the scene. Usually I put notes to dummy helpers with descriptive names and location to remind me something for concrete object, layer or the whole scene, so I use multiple targets to hold my notes, and any 'popup' persistent callbacks not sound good to me. Also I intend to control which of them to see on loading, so, this helper plugin is written mainly for my workflow, but hope it`s welcome to someone else.

NukeOps

A set of functions wrapped into a minimalist single-click button to help 3ds Max and Nuke artists to bring the 3ds Max 3d scene assets into Nuke's powerful 3d compositing scene.

This tool allows:

1) Copy cameras and any other objects (as points) and their animation into clipboard for an easy Copy+Paste action inside Nuke.

2) Generate .chan files from selected cameras and any other objects (as points) and save them either many at once or one at a time to selected destination.

pX Scene Inspector (Award winner!)

Analyze object properties and mesh topology to detect potential problems. This Script wins the second prize at TurboSquid.com CheckMate contest! :) 

Detects: Isolated vertices, overlapping faces, overlapping vertices, overlapping UV faces, flipped faces, ngons, and a lot more...  the download include docs instructions  for use.

Badger

A Batch Exporter that let's you select different Root folders and will export all files in those and their subFolders.. and so on for every .max scene. Apparently there isn't anything out there that can do this kind of thing so here you go:

 have phun 

JCheck

Optimize Scene

Automaterial

Material your scene in ONE click!

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