- [Instructor] If you're a 3ds Max user,…you're probably familiar with the concept…of project directories or project folders.…These are containers for all of your scene assets…such as your .max scene files,…textures, sounds, dynamics, caches, and so on.…Today, I'd like to go into a little bit more depth…about project folders and the project toolbar…and menu commands.…If you're not seeing the project toolbar…at the top of your screen,…you can make that visible just…by right-clicking on any toolbar.…
And just make sure that Projects is enabled.…You'll see the path to your current project displayed here…and if you click on the Down arrow,…you'll get a popup list of all of the past projects.…And you can simply switch to another project…by choosing it from that list.…If the project we want is not in the list,…we can Set the Active Project…from this button on the Projects toolbar…or from the corresponding menu command…in the File menu under Project, Set Active Project.…
You probably know that much if you've taken…my 3ds Max Essential Training Course.…
AuthorAaron F. Ross
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