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3D Max 6 = animation issues and material editor issue

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by smoreland, Apr 13, 2004.

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  1. smoreland

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    Hi
    im new to this forum, infact this is my first post :D
    Hi all

    im fairly new to 3d max and 3d modelling and animation
    anyways 2 issues 1 has.

    Issue 1:
    i have a animation of a simple house, for windows i have box's with a material attached to it, the material being a pic of a window. only wen i attach the material to the object (the box) the box turns grey

    i export it to windows media player only .
    i do this by choosin

    animation menu > make preview
    output = .AVI
    compressor = Microsoft Video 1
    and then create

    wen the animation is exported to windows media player the objects with materials attached to them are all grey, how do i fix this????

    issue 2:

    refairing back to issue 1, when i attach a material to a object, the object turns grey, is there no way i can make it so the material can be seen in perspective, top, front and left views instead of the object being grey ?

    Thanks alot hope some 1 can help.

    Ian M
     
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