Video Capture Select Viewport
This is a Script that allows to recording and Grab the active viewport during the work. You can select any viewport during recording. Veersion 1.1
Based on 'Create a Quick Preview' by Borislav 'Bobo' Petrov (www.scriptspot.com/bobo).
New in release version 1.1:
Revision code (work in progress)
Revision the Interface
Add save path button image "Output Save Path Image"
Add save path button video "Output Save Path Video"
Add checkbox uniquename file image "Uniquename File Image"
Copy and Paste the folder "LogoVCSV" inside in the "ui" folder in directory xxx:\\Autodesk\3ds Max 2010\ui
Intall Macroscript Normally. You can find it under the category Michele71_Tools
Attention! During the recording video (.avi, .mov, .tga) there need of lot space on the Harddisk !!
The defoult the file Video are stored in your running project folder in the Preview folder (es. C:\\\\3dsmax\Preview)
The defoult the file Image are stored in your running project folder in the Preview folder(es.C:\\\\3dsmax\sceneassets\Image)
--- Hoe Use Video Capture Select Viewport v.1.1:
1) Rollout Grab Image Select Viewport
In Select File Image, you can choose the type of file for the image to save
With Output Save Path Image, you choose the path of the save image
In New Name Image, you can rename the image
N.B. If you no choose path save, all the bitmap they are saved in the folder -Image- in the your running project folder.
Check Open Image After Capture for open a clipboard of the image
Uniquename allow the save the file image with number unique
Use Capture Image to the grab the active viewport
2) Rollout Grab Video Select Viewport
In Setting Video Capture, you can choose the type of file for the video"
In New Video name, you can rename the video"
N.B. All the video, they are saved in the folder -Preview- in the your running project folder.
The video with the same name or do not name, they will be over-written
In -Frame per Second-, you determine the frame of the registered video
Check Open RamPlayer after Record to open RamPlayer
Here you can see the video and save him in the format that you want
Press button Play/Stop record To begin/stop the recording
Warning: Record in .Avi requires a lot of space on the Harddisk!
In group Time Caption you see the number of the frame during the recording and the past time
Press the button Reset Time to reset the timer