Wirecolor Tools

$4.00

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Description

Wirecolor Tools is a simple script used for setting the wire colors of objects in your 3ds Max scene. Those familiar with doing compositing/post work, will find this tool incredibly useful. When compositing your final images in applications like Photoshop, you can use the wirecolor to mask out objects in your renders to then further adjust and color correct them. All you need to do is ensure to include the Wirecolor render element when rending your image. Most render engines support this render element type.

Features

  • Supports 3dsmax 2012 or newer
  • Quick pick from 24 color swatches
  • Random Wirecolor
    • Click anywhere in the gradient bar to assign that color of the gradient to the selected objects
    • All Layers: Sets a random wirecolor to objects on all scene layers
    • Selected Layers: Sets a random wirecolor to the objects of the selected layers
    • All Materials: Sets a random wirecolor based on the material applied to the object and any objects using that same material
    • Selected Materials: Sets a random wirecolor based on the material applied to the selected objects and any objects using that same material
    • All Objects: Sets a random wirecolor per object in the scene
    • Selected Objects: Sets a random wirecolor per selected object
  • Gradient Wirecolor
    • This section is used to apply a gradation of wirecolors to objects
    • Users can customize the start and end colors of the gradient
    • Right-Click the gradient bar to flip the colors
    • Click anywhere in the gradient bar to assign that color of the gradient to the selected objects
    • Sorting Methods:
      • Selection – Assigns wirecolor based on order of selection
      • Name – Assigns wirecolor alphabetically
      • Hierarchy – Assigns wirecolor based on hierarchy order from parent to child
      • Hierarchy_chains – Assigns a wirecolor for each selected hierarchy
      • Random – Assigns a random wirecolor from within the gradient to each selected object
      • Volume – Assigns wirecolor based on bounding box size
      • XPosition – Assigns wirecolor based on ordering of the x position
      • YPosition – Assigns wirecolor based on ordering of the y position
      • ZPosition – Assigns wirecolor based on ordering of the z position

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