Setting the Customize UI and Defaults Switcher


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Setting the Customize UI and Defaults Switcher

Before we begin our project, I'd like to take a moment to set up the 3ds Max tool defaults and also the user interface. We'll go into the Customize menu and choose Custom UI and Defaults Switcher. On the left, we can choose the default tool options, and the setting we want here is Designviz.mentalray. And that's going to choose mental ray as the renderer, and also set a whole bunch of other defaults as shown here. On the right we have the user interface scheme.

And I prefer a light colored interface with dark text. So I'm going to choose AME light, which is Autodesk media and entertainment. And when I click set, I get a dialogue, that comes up after all of the icons load. And that dialogue says the default settings will take effect the next time you restart. So the interface has been changed now, but the tool settings have not been changed yet until we restart the program. Before we do restart, there's a couple other things I want to do in here. I want to turn off the ribbon and al...

Setting the Customize UI and Defaults Switcher
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Setting the Customize UI and Defaults Switcher provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the Creating Product Shots in 3ds Max

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3D + Animation CAD
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3ds Max
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