The following scripts are free for you to download, modify and use without restrictions. They have editable source code.
We provide no warranty or support for them. They were not sufficiently tested. Use them at your own risk.
Trajectory to Spline
Release Date: 07/05/2016. Version Requirement: 3ds Max 2012 and higher.
Create splines from the trajectory of animated objects, bones or particles (Particle Flow).
It handles multiple objects/particles at once. Ideal for spline-based animations and effects, VFX and Motion Graphics.
Total Animation Baker
Release Date: 03/29/2016. Version Requirement: 3ds Max 2011 and higher.
A powerful time-saver tool to bake the animation of your entire scene with just one click!
This script can bake a complete scene with complex procedural animations and sophisticated rigs, including all kind of objects, controllers and character animations, and set it ready to export to your favorite game engine.
Release Date: 03/08/2016. Version Requirement: 3ds Max 2011 and higher.
A quick way to get the 6 images needed for a skybox or cubemap from your 3dsmax scene.
Render Still Cameras
Release Date: 04/22/2014. Version Requirement: 3ds Max 2011 and higher.
Very quick & simple batch renderer for still images. Just 2 clicks and ready to go!
This script is very useful to render many views from a single model or scene when you have already placed still cameras.
It combines many still cameras into one single animated camera that shows all those views sequentially, one per frame. Then you just need to render the new camera to a sequence of images.
Show Materials for selected
Release Date: 04/01/2014. Version Requirement: 3ds Max 2011 and higher.
A very simple but extremely useful script you will use all the time!
With just one click it opens the Slate Material Editor and displays all the materials for the selected objects well organized in a clean view.
Free Scripts Installation
Just drag the script to any viewport, go to Customize -> Customize User Interface -> Toolbars tab -> choose Rode3D category.
Select the name of the script on the list and drag it to your top toolbar.
Ready to use!