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**''Note: This is a newer commercial version that replaced GLB mentioned above.''
 
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* [[Wall Worm Model Tools]] - [http://dev.wallworm.com/topic/2/wall_worm_model_tools.html Wall Worm Model Tools for 3ds Max]
 
* [[Wall Worm Model Tools]] - [http://dev.wallworm.com/topic/2/wall_worm_model_tools.html Wall Worm Model Tools for 3ds Max]
**''Note: Wall Worm includes an SMD Exporter, VTA Exporter, SMD Importer, QC generator, VMF Exporter, VMF Importer, MAP Importer and more.''
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**''Note: Wall Worm includes: DMX Exporter, SMD Exporter, VTA Exporter, SMD Importer, QC generator, VMF Exporter, VMF Importer, MAP Exporter, MAP Importer and more.''
 
*[[Sky Writer]]
 
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Revision as of 22:09, 10 February 2015

Français

One of the most popular modeling programs in game design, it is a very powerful toolbox. Discreet, a division of Autodesk, makes this program along with several others for creative professionals, in not only the entertainment software industry, but for motion pictures, visualization, architecture, and many other professions. 3ds Max comes with several options for modeling solids, including polygonal modeling, NURBS modeling, and patch modeling.

GMax, a free version of this program specifically designed for modding games has been discontinued.

You can now use 3ds Max as your level editor with Wall Worm. You can learn more about this by reading Hammered to the Max: A Hammer User's Guide to 3ds Max.

Tutorials

Plugins

External links