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Autodesk 3ds Max 2010 (Software)(Autodesk)(128B1 05A001 P401A)(2009)
The official learning channel for Autodesk® 3ds Max® software, a comprehensive 3D modeling, animation, rendering, and compositing solution for games, film, and motion graphics artists. The Autodesk® 3ds Max® Learning Channel provides tutorials of all levels to help you learn Autodesk® 3ds Max®. Archived from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/3ds-max-learning-channel/id638327257. Items in this collection are restricted.
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3DS Max 7 Pre-Release Discreet Tutorials (Autodesk) (2003)
In this 3ds Max/Rhino video we will explore the workflow of exporting/importing geometry in and out of 3ds Max and Rhino. We will begin by creating curves forming a helix in 3ds Max, export them to Rhino to create a panelized surface, then import that geometry back into 3ds Max to create parametric details. The goal of this exercise is to study the functionality of one software platform versus another, understanding what tools are useful in each program.
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In this movie, you learn to manage the discrepancies of merged 3ds Max files and models that were built in a different scale than that of your current project.
In this movie, you learn to manage the discrepancies of imported FBX files and models that were built in other 3D applications and in a different scale than your current 3ds Max project.
In this tutorial, you learn to set and control units in 3ds Max, to gain a better understanding of how to manage files that were modelled in different units setup. This first movie discusses the differences between Display and System Units.
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Sample files to explore functionality and capabilities of Autodesk 3ds Max.
Download the Sample Files: Autodesk 3ds Max Sample Files (1.7 GB zip) The Autodesk® 3ds Max® sample files provided here are subject to the terms and conditions of the Autodesk Standard License and Services Agreement.Notices to users:
These files were created with Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2018. Opening them in Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2018, 2019, and 2020 is perfectly safe. You will encounter the “Obsolete Format” dialog upon opening. This is expected and a general dialog to give you an opportunity to save it as a new version. It shouldn’t affect the general working of the scene file.
Some older, no longer supported mental ray components may still be persistent in the scene upon opening Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2018 or Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2019. These can be easily removed with the Scene Converter dialog that comes up when opening a given scene. You can examine and remove what items aren’t compatible by clicking Expand to show the list in the Scene Converter (image attached), then making sure all elements are checked on, then clicking “Remove selected elements from scene.” You should see the resulting scene status change to “No invalid elements detected.”
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We've noticed that there have been a few issues and errors reported about 3DS Max, so we've outlined solutions below what we've come across.
Issue:The Shape Map is leaving Tile lines visible in 3ds Max 2016 Extension 2 and 3ds Max 2017-2018
Causes:Shape Map Alpha channels are set incorrectly, and the Fill Background feature is checked On.
- In 3ds Max, open the Material Editor (either Compact or Slate) and check each material using a Shape Map.
- In each Shape Map type, check the Alpha button, using Image Alpha as the source.
- Turning off Fill Background also enables the textures to be applied as "decals" on the surface and prevent hard edge lines from showing up in your renderings. Works on Diffuse, Bump and other map slots.
- To scale the Shapes on the surface of scene objects, use the Shape Map's U and V tiling features. Uncheck the Tile buttons to place a single, non-tiling copy on objects in the scene.
Issue:After installing Extension 2 for 3ds Max 2016, the Vector Map, ShapeMap, TextureObjMask and TextMap types don't appear in the Material Editor Browser (either Slate or Compact.)
Causes:This is a known defect logged with Autodesk developers, although it wasn't reproducible on most machines, and is not present in 3ds Max 2017 or 2018.
If possible, upgrading to 3ds Max 2017 or 2018 will eliminate this issue.
To fix this problem in 3ds Max 2016, users must be comfortable making changes to their Windows registry. Warning!
Problems caused by improperly editing the Windows registry could render your computer operating system unusable. Microsoft provides a wealth of critical information that you need to know about the registry in the Microsoft Knowledge Base. Use the Microsoft Registry Editor only at your own risk and only after backing up the registry as outlined for your operating system in the Microsoft article How to back up and restore the registry in Windows and in the related solution How to backup the system registry. Additional information about the registry is also contained in the Help topics in the Microsoft Registry Editor.
If so, then proceed with the following:
The above solution also works for the reported issue:
- Close 3ds Max, and in the Windows Start menu, type regedit. The Registry Editor appears.
- Navigate to the HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-1935655697-515967899-682003330-13859\Software\Autodesk\3dsMax\18.0 key. (The exact numbers after the "S-1-5-21..." header may be slightly different on different systems.)
- Open the Plug-ins_ENU key. There should be a very long list of plug-ins.
- Scroll down to the textureobjmask.dlt key and delete it.
- Scroll down to the vectormap.dlt key and delete it.
- Close the Registry Editor, reboot the PC, then re-launch 3ds Max 2016.
- Open the Material Editor and the Material Browser. The Vector Map, ShapeMap, TextureObjMask and TextMap material types should now appear.
After installing Extension 2 for 3ds Max 2016, the Vector Map, ShapeMap, TextureObjMask and TextMap types don't appear in the Material Editor Browser (either Slate or Compact.
Issue:3ds Max 2016-2018 cannot archive .ai or .pdf files loaded as Vector Maps
1. If the file path for the loaded .ai or .pdf file is "stripped" out in the 3ds Max Asset Tracking menu, the file no longer stays linked in the Material Editor and must be reloaded and re-linked manually.
2. Archiving the scene file using the File > Save As > Archive Feature, or the Utilities > Resource Collector will gather and zip up all bitmaps used in the scene, but will not include .ai or .pdf files.
Causes:Both of these behaviors are logged as defects for the 3ds Max development team and are under review.
Solution:1. Manually reload and re-link the .ai file in the Material Editor (browse to the new file location, using UNC paths, and re-link the file.)
2. Open the Archived .zip file and manually drag the missing ai file into the .zip archive to include it, the re-close the .zip file.
Issue:Dragging a map layer above or below another layer in the 3ds Max 2017 Composite map type doesn't "stick" -- the dragged map snaps back to its original position when exiting the Composite map, then opening it again.
Causes:This was logged as a defect by Autodesk developers, and was fixed in 3ds Max 2017, Update 2. It is also fixed in 3ds Max 2018.
Solution:Log into your Autodesk Account > 3ds Max > Upgrades and Add-ons, then download and install Update 2 for 3ds Max 2017. This should fix the issue.
If the update isn't available, one workaround would be to clone existing maps to create new layers, drag the desired maps into those layers and modify their Composite settings, then delete the redundant/undesired maps from the stack.
We hope some of the solutions to the reported issues we've outlined above assist you with any problems your having with 3DS Max. If you have or are having any other issues with any of your other products, check out our Knowledge Centre below!
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