Quick Tip: Copying Objects from One 3ds Max Scene to Another using 'Copitor'
In this short, but handy Quick Tip. Chandan Kumar will show you how to copy an object (or series of objects) from one 3D Studio Max scene to another, using 'Copitor'. This free script bypasses the need to 'Merge' objects between scenes and as a result, offers a faster, simpler workflow when dealing with complex scenes.
Additional Files/ Plugins:
- Download the Copitor Script. (free from ScriptSpot)
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