Tagged 'image'

Camera Aspect Lister

18 votes

This little script is for people who makes numerous still image camera views with different image aspects. The script lets you choose a camera and modify the aspect on the fly and store this as a postfix the camera name.

This way you dont have to remember what aspect you used for a certain camera.

Script is only beta version - and my first ever script, so be warned. 

I am thinking of expanding to also link up a scene state with each camera, for easy storing of per-camera lights etc. 

Camera Image Plane

2 votes

Maya-style image plane.

Installation:
-just copy the script in scripts startup folder and you will find the image plane inside target or free camera rollouts

Drag & Drop Reference Images

17 votes

Find Info Image

2 votes

This simple and ingenuous script lets find some information about a loaded image.

Frankenstoy ImagePlaneRef

53 votes

Tool to create planes of reference for modeling and can also upload images in a pop-up window. The script has a menu to load images, front and side, creating planes based on measurements of the loaded images. The script has an installer that already puts the files in the correct places, only indicate the path of the installation folder of 3ds Max

Image Resizing 3ds Max

2 votes

imageCompHelper

53 votes

I wanted to create a script to visualize the `Rule of Thirds` inside the 3ds Max Viewport, to aid in the composition of my camera shots. Inspired by this script I also added some other overlay options. The lines inside the viewport are drawn as a kind of render effect, so no geometry is created and no camera is needed. They will interactively adjust to any image aspect and are visible in the active viewport, so switching the viewport will also move the lines there.

ImagePlane v1.5

21 votes

Mass Image Populate

17 votes

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

 

Motion Graphics Tools

29 votes

A Max Script with a bunch of commonly used tools for working with motion
graphics and standard materials in Max.

 

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