Top Features of 3Ds Max 2019 Newly Released Version
It is no more a debate that 3ds Max by Autodesk is the most popular and influential 3D modeling software that is currently ruling the 3d industry. It has a large user base and has been applied is a wide range of design fields.
The latest information has it that; Autodesk has just released the 2019 version.
So, we will be looking at the new features as well as tools that have been added to the 3ds Max 2019.
The list of new features that comes with the new version of this modeling software includes; OSL maps, project pipeline refinements, and new tools for virtual reality. All these features have been added to give users a new way to customize designs and workflows.
This is short for Open Sharing Language (OSL) maps. It comes with over 100 shaders including simple mathematical nods to easily create textures in a defined pattern. They can also be modified directly from the material editor. This can happen in real time, and the live map updates will be seen through the Viewport and ActiveShade.
Wood Material Functionality
The famous 360’s wood material functionality is now featured with the new 3ds max version for 2019. This addition will give artists the ability to make fully customizable wood textures. As a user, you can choose from the following presets; maple, cherry, oak, pine, mahogany or walnut. From there, you can also alter parameters such as a bump, roughness or finish.
Splines Boolean Operations
Operations like the Boolean operation for splines can now be performed on more than one open or close-ended shapes. This operation includes dynamic chamfer and/or fillets necessary for the free movements at corners. There is also a newly added quad capping mode which can be used to cap renderable spline-based geometries.
Ability to Edit VR Scenes
It is now possible to edit your scene layouts directly within virtual reality. And all edits can be pushed back simultaneously to 3ds Max.
Managing Project and Pipeline Feature
Now, it is very much more comfortable to manage projects, pipelines as well as efficiently collaborate with other users working on the same project.
Changes that have facilitated this easy management includes;
- An updated project tools set which provides control for folder structures.
- The ability to attach string-based metadata to any scene file without the stress of loading it into the software.
- Sharing Alembic data between 3ds Max and another 3D software has become even easier. This version now supports UVs, material IDs, layer names, and vertex colors.
- You can now share assets directly from the user interface to the Autodesk viewer online.
For a complete list of all the changes and features added, visit the link below;
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