Tagged 'map'

RTTassist

538 votes

 

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Bitmap Paths

24 votes

 

Adjust your bitmap paths ... hope it helps :D

Check_Bitmap_N-th_power_2

12 votes

Created by: feilang

This can check all of the bitmaps in your scene if their sizes can be divided end by 2.

Usually, game developers may like this.

Dirtizer 2

2 votes

A very helpful plugin which can make your materials dirty in one click!
- You can control the level of dirtiness.
- You can make it dry or wet.
- Dirtizer supports Multi-materials (you can set random dirt to all materials at once)
- You can add your own textures of dirt. (Organize your textures in "Dirtizer" folder as you want)

Dirtizer 2

5 votes

A very helpful plugin which can make your materials dirty in one click!
- You can control the level of dirtiness.
- You can make it dry or wet.
- Dirtizer supports Multi-materials (you can set random dirt to all materials at once)
- You can add your own textures of dirt. (Organize your textures in "Dirtizer" folder as you want)

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

FilePathFinder Pro & Light versions

410 votes

Using the FilePathFinder you can be sure that you have complete control over external links into your scenes.

Asset tracking features include support for XREF files and easy linking with external files.

Using the FilePathFinder (and Batch Render&Relink), you can search for missing assets and relink external files.

In addition, files that are linked to selected objects are displayed in Interactive Mode, and bitmap textures can be toggled and placed within the Material Editor.

Also with this tool, you can easily make an archive a 3ds Max scene.

Note that FilePathFinder supports the highest number of asset types of any plug-in.

 

For example, FilePathFinder is the only plugin that can display and relink Vray Lens effects, even with missing bitmaps. In addition, scenes may be archived and easily sent to render services such as RebusFarm.

The Batch Render&Relink tool helps manage your asset files into the 3D model and material libraries in Batch Mode.

BR&R is capable of rendering thumbnails for 3D models, materials, and IES photometric files.

Batch Mode makes for an easy way to gather and compile many assets at once.


New Features & Fixes for FilePathFinder Pro

  • Adds support to ArchVision RPC. Display native preview.
  • Adds support to ".MC" files in Point Cache modifier
  • Adds an ability to rendering previews using Corona Frame Buffer. [Batch Render&Relink]
  • Drops support to 3ds Max 2013
  • The methods of generation preview for Substance and additional 3ds Max image formats (such as vrimg and etc.) was rewritten.
  • Move plugin to directory and category "Kstudio"
  • Fixes a bug with relinking scenes that contain IES files using Batch Render&Relink tool[Batch Render&Relink]
  • Fixes an issue with correct display the maximized plugin window on some monitors
  • Fixes an issue with the ability to refresh the listview using the F5 key
  • Fixes some minor issues with the interface
  • Fixes a bug with Asset Management scenes which contains Containers
  • Fixes other minor issues and performance improvements

Halftone Lines Gradient

8 votes

Just for fun - create gradient ramp which goes from thin lines to thick so that it can be mapped for example to a falloff map (Shadow/Light falloff pictured).

Map Loader

26 votes

1. Run script

2. In Max goto "Customize->Customize User Interface...->Toolbars
tab->Category: ColinScripts->Map Loader
" and drag "Map Loader" to a toolbar, click to run.

 

Loads maps into the material editor that exist in the scene.  Very straightforward. Support for special Mental Ray Maps and VRay Maps included.

 

MapController

14 votes

Simple script that changes some basic material parameters for selected objects. Works with Standard and Vray Materials.

on/off Amount paramers for diffuse, opacity, reflection, refraction, bump, displacement, selfillumination.

Mass Image Populate

16 votes

A Max Script to populate selected objects with a series of sequential images.

 

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