Tagged 'vr'

Sphere render for Object2VR

24 votes

This script creates a set of rendered images which can be used with object2VR. Object2VR in its turn creates a flash or webgl item from it. Check out my blog for a more elaborate description. Or go directly to the documentation here.

SteamRoller

9 votes

Steamroller unwraps every objects in a selection using Max's built-in flatten function based on the specified parameters. Steamroller is mainly intended as a quick and dirty method of quickly unwrapping lightmap UVs on large sets of objects, similar to the automatic unwrap in Render to Texture.

Batch Render Master

2 votes

This a high efficiency render tool which is major used in Single Frame of inteior and exterior V-Ray rendering,animation features will add in future,not current version.

Description:
Batch Render Master is an awesome and fastest render plugin for Vray & 3dsmax,allows you to render your Vray scenes in a fully automatically way.

Major features:

Multiple scenes rendering

Multiple cameras rendering

Automatic create & load GI maps

Autodesk_Map to Bitmaptexture

1 vote

This script looks for Autodesk_Map textures in all scene materials and replaces them with standard bitmaps instead. Now that this script is finally general purpose, I'll be rolling a copy of it into the my Autodesk to Standard Material Converter script. The stand-alone version of the script will remain here as usual.

Autodesk_Map textures are generally found in Max files with data imported from Revit.

Architecture to Standard Material Converter

3 votes

This macroscript converts Architectural materials to Standard materials for use with VR exporters that require this setup.

ShellBake: Set Up Shells for Baking VRay Lightmaps

2 votes

To transfer maps from one type of material to another after a bake for game exporters that primarily look for Standard materials.

This is currently limited to just the diffuse map.

To use: Run the Macroscript and add ShellBake to a toolbar from the category: #_SP_BakeScripts

Strip Paths from Bitmaps

3 votes

Removes current paths from all bitmaps in the scene. Primarily for getting rid of irrelevant paths on files recieved from users on other systems.

This functions in a similar way to stripping paths manually in asset tracking, but when doing that I've found that it can lag a lot and sometimes fail to strip some of the paths until you do it multiple times.

Bad paths can cause lag when Max tries to search for the missing textures, especially when they're pointing to a nonexistent network location.

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