# Tagged 'learn 3ds max'

## 3DS Max - Animation - Rotate A Texture Using A Dummy And Wire Parameters

In this 3DS Max tutorial, we will see how we can control the rotation of a texture using a Dummy helper and the powerful tool called Wire Parameters.

## 3DS Max - Relation Between Modifier Stack And Transforms

This tutorial will give you a basic understanding of the under-the-hood relation between the modifier stack and the transform engine inside 3DS Max. This will help you understand some of the issues that may occur, that look weird.

## 3DS Max - Compound Objects - ShapeMerge

In this tutorial, we will learn about a new Compound Object called ShapeMerge. This object will help you to imprint/Stamp a 2D shape onto a surface, also to cut out the 2D shape from that surface, also, you can invert the cutout operation. This is a useful tool if you like to create a road on a land/landscape or cut out a text, or any other closed shape pattern from a surface.

## 3DS Max - [Quick Tip] - Relocate The Pivot Point Without The Hierarchy Panel

In this quick tip tutorial, we will learn how to change the position of the pivot point without going to the Hierarchy Panel.

## 3DS Max 2023 - Rotate And Scale Using Working Pivot

In a previous tutorial: https://youtu.be/ZDW0SOLPtrk I've done 3 years ago,
I explained a technique to Rotate And Scale an object using Snap, where the snapping point can be on the object itself or on another object. In Max 2023 that technique doesn't work anymore. This tutorial will show you another way to do that, using the working pivot.

## 3DS Max 2023 - Rotate And Scale Using Working Pivot

In a previous tutorial: https://youtu.be/ZDW0SOLPtrk I've done 3 years ago,
I explained a technique to Rotate And Scale an object using Snap, where the snapping point can be on the object itself or on another object. In Max 2023 that technique doesn't work anymore. This tutorial will show you another way to do that, using the working pivot.

## 3DS Max - Vray Frame Buffer - Real Zoom explained

In this tutorial, we will look at the difference between the regular zoom inside the Vray Frame Buffer, and the Real zoom. The benefit of using Real zoom is that it acts as if you're getting closer to the actual geometries in your scene and rendering them, also, in this mode you can check out other parts of your scene, not included in your actual rendering limits, without the need to mess up your camera location, or, if you're in a perspective viewport, messing up your viewpoint.

## Lesson 15 - 3DS Max - Total Beginners - Intro To Array Tool

In this tutorial for 3DS Max total beginners, we will take a look at the Array tool, a powerful feature to create copies from objects based on 3 modes: 1-Array based on the X, Y, and Z coordinates, 2-Polar array, 3-Array based on a scaling factor.