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    3DSMAX - problem

    3DS has feature called MAXScript.

    Anybody knows how efficient is maxscript? For ex. I have a model of 2 rooms and want to do some animation.
    the user should be able to go through the rooms & inspect some areas. Is it possible to use arrow keys in MAXScript? I couldn't find these infos in Max documentation

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    Re: 3DSMAX - problem

    Yes it is possible to do what you are suggesting, however, MAX is not designed to give you interactive walk-throughs etc. It would be possible to do this by writing a plug-in and Max Script will allow you to move the camera around but doing both from Script is, I think, not possible.

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    Re: 3DSMAX - problem

    Thanks robbo

    1. plugin has to be written in VC++? I think i have seen special functions and classes defined in 3DS documentation? Do I have to use that or can I use the normal C & C++ functions?

    thanks again

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    Re: 3DSMAX - problem

    You really need the MAX SDK to do this. My first port of call would be `google', to see if someone has already built a plug-in to do this kind of thing. My guess would be that they have, because everyone writing a graphics engine (who doesn't have a `tools' programmer sitting to his left) has needed to `test' out a 3d model or two.

    There is a newsgroup, (I think!), which will be able to help you far more than I!

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