Image: A.I. Assault Tank design by Jason Tonks, Modeled in 3ds Max and rendered in KeyShot.
The beta period is over and we're happy to announce the release of the KeyShot for 3ds Max plugin. The plugin supports 3ds Max 2019 as well as the older versions of 3ds Max. Download and information on the plugin is available here.
You have the same features available in previous versions: retaining materials, layers, as well as material names, support for hair (curves), with KeyShot Pro support for part and camera animations and the export of rigged and deformable animations.
The KeyShot for 3ds Max plugin is available from the Autodesk App Exchange and you can always find the latest version on our 3ds Max plugin page.
We're seeing more and more incredible images created with KeyShot from 3ds Max users. If you have created something you would like to share, let us know on Twitter, post it on our Facebook page or share it with the community on the KeyShot Forum.