Join Steve Nelle for an in-depth discussion in this video Reverting back to the look of 3ds Max 2009, part of 3ds Max 2010 New Features.
Being a 3ds Max user since the days of DOS, I'll never forget when Max first…made its way to the Windows platform over a decade ago. The new Windows version…no longer called 3D Studio was more colorful, more intuitive, and compared to…its older DOS counterpart, an absolute blast to use. And the programs interface…for all intents and purposes stayed true to its Windows look with its Viewport…Shading and icon colors until well about, I guess now.…With the introduction of Max 2010, many of you seasoned Max users have, whether…you like it or not, had a little learning curve to go through in familiarizing…yourself with the new look. Yeah, most of the commands are in the same place…but it's amazing what switching things around colorwise can do with the users…immediate use of the software.…
I know, it personally took me probably a couple of weeks to get used to the new…and improved layout and design. Well, if you would rather work with the good,…old look and feel of Max 2009, for the most part, you can. The conversion I'm…
- Using the Application button and QuickAccess toolbar
- Understanding the Viewport changes and shading enhancements
- Understanding and customizing the Modeling Ribbon
- Managing materials with the new Material Explorer
- Exploring improvements to the Mental Ray Render Frame window
- Adding multiple soundtracks using ProSound
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Working with the New Interface
Understanding the interface1m 41s
2. Scene Management Tools
3. Viewport Changes and Enhancements
4. Modeling Improvements
6. Other New Stuff
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