Apply an interference shading effect with Arnold Standard Surface.
- [Instructor] In 3ds Max 2019, we have the ability…to share the 3D scene with anyone on the Internet,…allowing them to make comments,…and to participate in a review or collaboration…regarding that 3D design.…In this case, I've got a simple floor plan…for an office layout.…I've got two cameras in the scene.…Those cameras are both currently visible,…and I've made sure that they are not hidden,…because by default, the shared views feature…will not share anything that is hidden.…
If we want our collaborators or reviewers…to see these camera angles here,…then we need to make sure that the camera objects…are visible in the scene.…To share the current 3D scene,…simply go to the File menu,…and choose Share View.…If you're not already logged in…from the main interface here,…then you'll get a sign-in dialog.…You'll need to enter in your user name and password…for your Autodesk account.…
And that's the only way you'll be able…to share the document, is if you're already logged in…with your Autodesk account.…If you're on a maintenance license of 3ds Max,…
AuthorAaron F. Ross
Skill Level Intermediate
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