Presets enable you to save and load your settings under a specified name.
You’ll get a popupwindow where you are able to supply New Preset name in the text field or be able to overwrite and existing one by selecting it from the dropdown list.
[!] When naming your Preset make sure you don’t use too much special characters, if you use [,] or “\” in your name the new preset will not be created.
Here you supply the desired width and height of your capture.
[!] 3ds Max has it’s limits and so does your own system , this scripts caps the maximum width of your captures to 7500pixels but it could be that your system will give you a black screenshot because it can’t handle this size. Just decrease the size of your capture if this happens.
Here you supply the location and filename for your capture results
To insert a directory tag select one from the Drowpdown list and press the use button below it.
You can select multiple by selecting one , holding the mousebutton and dragging over other tags, by holding control and clicking on the tags one by one or by selecting on tag and shift+clicking on the tag where you want to end your selection range.
[!] If you supply a directory tag, the directory set with the directory button will be ignored. If you supply multiple directory tags only the first one will be used.
Available filename tags:
These options determine from which to which frame your animation will be captured if the animation mode is active.
Passes enable you to save additional captures in various modes from your scene that can be use for later compositing.
Anti Aliasing will capture your screen at 2 or 4 times the size of your specified width and height depending on your selection and scale it down with proper interpolation to the specified dimensions.
[!] By selecting a bigger Anti Aliasing mode you are increasing your capturesize quite dramatically. This could give you black capture results because of a too high capturesize. Just decrease the size of your capture if this happens or select a lower Anti Aliasing mode.
Your Safe Frame Ratio can be specified by adjusting your render dimensions in the 3ds max render setup (F10) .
You can display your Safe Frames by enabling the Show Safe Frames function by hitting shift+F or right clicking in the upper left corner of your viewport and pressing “Show Safe Frames”
When enabling Crop your Size width and height parameters will be converted to use the Safe Frames Ratio. The entered dimension will be those of the final result.
By setting these you determine if you want to save Images or an Animation
When you press the Save button the capturing and saving of your states will begin
© All Rights Reserved Leslie Van den Broeck