Maya’s new Content Browser replaces the Visor window and serves as a one-stop center for finding examples, scenes, and other content to build your scenes in Maya. This video shows you how to navigate files in your Maya projects, directories, and sample libraries, then drag and drop them into your scene view.
- [Voiceover] When you work with new features,…a lot of times you want to see examples of how they work.…And we can do this by using Maya's new content browser.…Now this replaces Visor…as the way to browse through examples,…as well as other content within Maya.…We can find this under Windows.…And it's right here at the top level.…And it's called Content Browser.…When we open it up, it brings us into a browser…that allows us to…go through the various examples that we have in Maya.…
So, right now I have the Bitfrost examples,…but we also can do effects examples and so on.…And there's a whole slew of…different types examples in here.…We also have animations, such as Motion Capture.…We have lighting and rendering examples,…such as Toon Shaders.…We have a lot of base meshes of sculpting,…as well as things like paint effects and so on.…So all of this is available as examples.…So if you need some models to work with,…or you want to just see how something is constructed,…a lot of times these examples are a great place to start.…
- Finding the new features
- Using the Content Browser
- Working with symmetry and Mirror tool improvements
- Using the MASH networks
- Rigging a character with Quick Rig
- Animating with the Pose Editor
- Lighting with the Light Editor
- Rendering Render Setup layers
Skill Level Intermediate
3ds Max 2016 Essential Trainingwith Aaron F. Ross10h 44m Beginner
1. Interface and Display
2. What's New in Modeling
3. Work with MASH
4. Animation and Rigging Tools
5. Lighting and Rendering Features
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