Scripts

3DS Max Scripts

Projector – Image based modeling, helps speed up the camera matching/modeling process.


3 Responses to “Scripts”

  1. Hi Aeron,

    first off many many thanks for the projector script. I’ve been looking for sth like it for a while.

    You mentioned you had tested it on 3ds max 2010. I use 2009. When i loeaded the script, and clicked on “create projection” i recieved an error message, telling me “unable to convert: undefined to type: String” showing me the line in max script editor – “sel_cam.name = (“PCam_” + selname)

    Can you enlighten me? I’d really love to use your script. It is a brilliant tool to use.

    Many Thanks

    Phil

  2. Hi Aeron,

    first off many many thanks for the projector script. I’ve been looking for sth like it for a while.

    You mentioned you had tested it on 3ds max 2010. I use 2009. When i loeaded the script, and clicked on “create projection” i recieved an error message, telling me “unable to convert: undefined to type: String” showing me the line in max script editor – “sel_cam.name = (“PCam_” + selname)

    Can you enlighten me? I’d really love to use your script. It is a brilliant tool to use.

    Many Thanks in advance

    Phil

  3. Hi Phil,

    That happens when you try to create a projection when there is no bitmap selected. So re-open the script – preferably attached to a keyboard key (good for navigation between cameras) and select the bitmap then click the create projection button to create that view. align the camera to your model and start chipping away…

    Hope this helps you out,

    Aeron

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