Join Steve Nelle for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the new Particle Flow operators and tests, part of 3ds Max 2010 New Features.
The 2010 version of Particle Flow has added a number of great new operators and…tests. A better design to expand the capabilities of an already very powerful…particle system. Some of the options are brand new while others are improved…versions of existing events that up until now have been available only as…additional plug-ins. Now there is quite a bit to choose from.…Let's take a look at a few of the ones that you might want to use right away.…OK, let's see what we can find. The Preset Flow merges a previously saved…Particle Flow Setup into the current scene. You can use that flow as an event…within the current flow or as a starting point for a new particle system.…
The Empty Flow provides you with a starting point for a particle system…consisting of simply a single global event containing a Render operator. You…can use the Empty Flow when you are looking to build a new system completely…from scratch, without first having to delete all the default operators that…come loaded in the standard flow setup.…
- 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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