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(3D Studio Max) Attribute Holder: Wire Parameters, Sliders and Reaction Manager

Chris2005Chris2005352 Posts: 2,979Member
edited November 2014 in Tutorials #1

Create sliders that can control the animation of an object, so you don't have to do it manually every time.
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  • TralfazTralfaz222 Posts: 752Member
    Nice tutorial Chris. Looks fairly easy to do. In Cinema 4D we have something similar called User Controls which can do the same thing as what you were showing. It's cool to see how much software programs are alike, yet different.
  • Chris2005Chris2005352 Posts: 2,979Member
    Tralfaz wrote: »
    Nice tutorial Chris. Looks fairly easy to do. In Cinema 4D we have something similar called User Controls which can do the same thing as what you were showing. It's cool to see how much software programs are alike, yet different.

    Thanks. :) It can get confusing, for me anyway, if I have many objects that do the same thing, since you have to make sure you add them and so forth.

    Yea, Nightfever has some for his JJ Enterprise, the shuttle bay doors, warp fins, deflector and the bussard's blade things.
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