In this quick tip we'll look at an often overlooked feature of 3D Studio Max. Selection sets are a great way to keep large scenes in order by allowing you to save specific object selections, or sub-object selections. Not only will this keep you sane when working on massive scenes with hundreds or thousands of objects, but save you an enormous amount of time by essentially giving you the ability to return to a previously saved selection any time with a single click.
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