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  10 October 2006
Talking Max Plugin | Psd Manager for 3dsmax Demo Video !

If you haven't already checked out this cool PSD Manager for 3dsmax Demo Video , click on the image below!!








Last edited by candicekulacz : 10 October 2006 at 02:42 PM.
 
  10 October 2006
It would be nice if you'd include that this is a MAX plug-in in the title so non-Max people don't waste time on your demo video.
 
  10 October 2006
Awesome tool for single image render passes!
Cant wait to give it a shot.
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  10 October 2006
Originally Posted by DivideByZero: Awesome tool for single image render passes!


Works with after effects too so it looks good for animations also.
 
  10 October 2006
Originally Posted by paulrus: It would be nice if you'd include that this is a MAX plug-in in the title so non-Max people don't waste time on your demo video.


same from me....looks like an interesting plugin though....
is it possible to use with Vray or Brazil?
 
  10 October 2006
Originally Posted by saiko: same from me....looks like an interesting plugin though....
is it possible to use with Vray or Brazil?


I beleive it said with any renderer that supports elements.
 
  10 October 2006
Do cebas servers get hammered or what.. never been able to get watch one of there demo videos without it pausing,and then there is the flash 9 script hung error.. I think they need to find some better method of showcasing there products.. or just offer download video demos, then people can just watch them without the pausing annoyance

anyway only watched 2mins of it, looked handy, but i don't use 3dsmax either(maya).. please include this info in a future news postings aswel, a screenshot of 3dsmax and not photoshop would have been better
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  10 October 2006
Thanks for the feedback. Next time we will remember to put "for 3dsmax", "for Maya" etc.



The server is pretty strong but sometimes it does get hit hard. You may have to pause the video until it has downloaded enough to watch. I recently had to do this for Surfs Up trailer (very cool trailer) from Apples site, so I guess it happens the best of them



Let us know if you think this plug-in would be useful for you in Maya, XSI, etc.





Thanks

Michael
 
  10 October 2006
Looks handy. I think it's a bit too pricy though, for a plugin that just puts your passes together instead of that you bring them in one by one.
 
  10 October 2006
Originally Posted by Pufferfish: Looks handy. I think it's a bit too pricy though, for a plugin that just puts your passes together instead of that you bring them in one by one.


This was exactly what I was thinking while viewing the video. It's a helpful tool as in it saves the user time, but it's not a big "revolution" otherwise.
 
  10 October 2006
great and simple tool !

but i notice some difference between the render in max and the image in photoshop.
when you open the image in toshop, there is a little white ligne between the spheres and the shadows..what is it ?
 
  10 October 2006
yea, I also noticed that white line. Anyone here that can explain that? It does not look that great if you do not get the correct result in Photoshop.


Originally Posted by visionmaster2: great and simple tool !

but i notice some difference between the render in max and the image in photoshop.
when you open the image in toshop, there is a little white ligne between the spheres and the shadows..what is it ?
 
  10 October 2006
Simply a misplaced Nudge on the shadow layer while I was taping (oops) :P

Thanks
Michael

 
  10 October 2006
Michael,

This would be great for Maya.
 
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