Join Aaron F. Ross for an in-depth discussion in this video Introduction to 3ds Max Interactive, part of 3ds Max: Tips, Tricks and Techniques.
- [Instructor] 3ds Max Interactive…is a standalone application for developing 3D games,…and virtual worlds.…You can download 3ds Max Interactive…from your AutoDesk account, and…it uses the same licensing as your 3ds Max subscription.…It's deeply integrated with 3ds Max,…and also with Maya, making it convenient…to create interactive 3D worlds,…for delivery on various platforms,…such as the Windows desktop, Android,…iOS, Playstation, Xbox, and even the humble Web browser.…
Today, we'll take a first look at 3ds Max Interactive.…We'll simply load in and test one…of the sample scenes provided online.…When you first open 3ds Max Interactive,…you'll get the Project window,…and you can choose to create a new project…from scratch, by going to the My Projects tab,…and this will create a default folder structure,…including places for assets and compiled files.…But we're going to open up one…of the templates and take a look…at some content created by the team at AutoDesk.…
If you go to the Templates tab,…you'll see that there are a few templates…
AuthorAaron F. Ross
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