Join George Maestri for an in-depth discussion in this video Multilister, part of Maya 8 Essential Training.
- [Voiceover] There's one more way to…manipulate materials and shaders and textures,…and that's through a window called the Multilister.…Now that isn't quite as robust as the Hypershade window,…but it's a much simpler interface and it's easier to use.…Now the Multilister is kind of a hold-over,…from way, way back, when Maya was called Alias,…and a lot of people have gotten used to using this window,…simply because it is a simple interface, and so Maya does…keep it in the interface just for those people,…and I include myself as one them, I do like using it,…and I tend to use it because it's very simple…to apply textures from that window.…
Let's go ahead and open a scene.…Textures, that same one, textures02.mb.…And that's that same sphere with the texture on it.…So let's look at how that is represented…in the Multilister window, so let's go ahead and go Window,…Rendering Editors, Multilister,…and you'll see that this window, it is a little bit simpler,…it has two main windows.…One is for all the stuff, all the shaders and materials,…
Skill Level Beginner
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2. NURBS Modeling
3. Polygonal Modeling
7. Paint Effects
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