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  09 September 2017
Tracking down a plugin

Hey guys

There used to be a plugin where, with the click of a button, would replace all of your texture maps in the OM with a simple basic white texture. I cannot remember what this plugin is named now. Is this ringing a bell with anyone or do you know of a plugin/script/voodoo ritual that would do something similar?

Thanks!
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  09 September 2017
plugin Disable Material ... ?
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  09 September 2017
maybe this?

http://www.rendertom.com/cinema-4d-...erial-override/

And it's built in to C4D as "material override in the render settings (added in R18? Maybe R17?)
 
  09 September 2017
Originally Posted by mikeh64: maybe this?

http://www.rendertom.com/cinema-4d-...erial-override/

And it's built in to C4D as "material override in the render settings (added in R18? Maybe R17?)
That is exactly it and I didn't realize that was built into Cinema now. Doh! Time to educate myself again. Thanks guys!
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  09 September 2017
Ok, looking into Cinema's built in material override it only happens during rendering and I need to be able to see the texture in the viewport. The script from RenderTom looks like it does exactly what I need. Thanks again!
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