Tagged 'slate'

Textures2materials

3 votes

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Textures2materials is a very handy plugin which can turn multiple textures into materials at once (into multi-material or into multiple material slots). It also checks if your textures have a bump versions and load them as bump. "Must have" plugin for any 3D designer.

Dirtizer 2

-1 vote

Very useful plugin which can make your materials dirt in one click!
- You can control dirtiness.
- You can make presets more dry or wet.
- Dirtizer supports Multi-material (you can set random dirt to all materials at once)
- You can add your own textures of dirt. (Organize textures in "Dirtizer" folder as you want)

Most renders are supported now! Tested with V-Ray, Mental Ray, Scanline, Corona, Redshift.

Dirtizer

2 votes

Very useful plugin which can make your materials dirt in one click!
- You can control dirtiness.
- You can make presets more dry or wet.
- Dirtizer supports Multi-material (you can set random dirt to all materials at once)
- You can add your own textures of dirt. (Organize textures in "Dirtizer" folder as you want)

Purge Unused Materials

2 votes

A simple macroscript to delete all unused materials from the Compact Editor Material Slots AND the Slate Material Editor Views.
The Compact Editor Code is from the existing Macro found under the Compact Material Editor "Utilities" menu.
I have added the code to also purge the SME at the same time.

You might want to check out the "Purge Empty Layers" macroscript as well. There are some awesome scene management tools out there but these are both small, simple tools without a lot of overhead for doing a little housekeeping before saving your file.

Slate Connector

2 votes

SlateConnector

SlateConnector - Makes the everyday task of exposing nodes and adjusting material parameters easier and faster! New version (0.59a) with lots of impromevents!

MultiSub Material Creator

0 votes

Version 1.99 for new Corona DailyBuild Available

Slate - View Selected

20 votes

This free MaxScript instantly displays the material of the selected object (or objects) in a new view in the Slate Material Editor. Currently, Slate does not have a quick and easy way to do this. Slate View Selected allows you to create multiple views as well. You can close the script dialog box and the script will continue to run until you re-run the script where you can stop it. In the dialog box you can also set a "display max" so that if you select a large number of objects, Slate won't waste time collecting and displaying all the materials used by objects in the selection.

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