container weirdness (max 2011)

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  12 December 2010
Has anyone tried Network Rendering with them ? That's a lot of fun to..
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  04 April 2011
Can someone tell me if containers have been fixed in the meantime?
How about 3ds max 2012? Has somebody tested them already?
 
  05 May 2011
I tested them and i have some trouble with it..

I would like to have a container without “save as .maxc” feature!

This is usefull for instance a bunch of objects and modify only one instance (add/remove/change objects in these container) and all instanced would be changed, too.

All objects should be instanced and not stored as copies for optimized memory usage.

I created https://autodesk.uservoice.com/fo.....only-containers for this.

EDIT: IMHO the biggest problem with container is, that there is no real instance of container objects. IMHO all objects which can be instance would be copies. e.g.:
1. Create a bunch of objects
2. put it into a container
3. instance the container often (or create new containers and use the same .maxc file.)
4. RAM will be filled more and more

Can someone confirm this?

Last edited by jedie : 05 May 2011 at 03:11 PM.
 
  05 May 2011
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