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Pavel Kuznetsov Throughout v1.0
14.5 KB
Render Effect
Compiled / Description
13.01.2003

Allows you to apply effects such as Glow and Highlight to objects behind other transparent objects. Uses Object ID or Material Effect ID to apply the effect.
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kotenpa Transparent_ID v1.21
19.1 KB
Render Effect
Compiled / Description
08.06.2005

This is similar to the Ishani CeThru plugin, and solves the problem of not being able to apply Object / Material ID-based effects when the target in question goes behind a transparent object.
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Dimension DESIGN Animation Group Velocity Channel Motion Blur v0.2
20.4 KB
Render Effect
Compiled / Description
25.09.2001

A render effect for originally written for Max 3 which applies motion blur similar to Max's own image motion blur, with the following benefits: interactivity, more parameters, works with custom objects such as Shag:Hair.

Note that in Max 4 and later, Discreet moved their Image Motion Blur into a separate render effect plugin just like VeloMBlur. It is called simply 'Motion Blur', and provides better image quality than VeloMBlur. Moreover, it works correctly with transparent objects, which IMBlur and VeloMBlur cannot do. Still, a version of VeloMBlur for R4 is provided for backward compatibility and whatever other reasons (to prefer VeloMBlur over Max's IMBlur) there may be.
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Andrew Reid ZDeSat v1.01
41.6 KB
Render Effect
Compiled / Description
15.02.2002

Allows you to desaturate the colours in a rendered image based on how far each pixel is from the camera.
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Andrew Reid ZTint v1.02
42.3 KB
Render Effect
Compiled / Description
15.02.2002

Allows you to tint the colour of a rendered image based on how far each pixel is from the camera.

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