>Export from After Effects to 3ds max

>Despite its name, the new version 2.0 of MAX2AE actually goes both ways, letting you start your designs in After Effects and at a later stage import the AE cameras and lights into 3ds max for further work, and then re-import into AE again.

As someone who has sort of left 3ds max for Cinema 4D just to get better integration with After Effects, this little nifty plugin sheds new light on 3ds max. If only I could get the damn Autodesk network license to work…

MAX2AE 2.0

- Jonas

8 Responses to >Export from After Effects to 3ds max

  1. Anonymous

    >When somebody does this for C4D, I’ll be happy. Actually no, I’ll be happy when AE has true native 3D capabilities.

  2. Anonymous

    >Totally agree. I have several cases of beer sitting here for the day that someone manages to do a true camera export from AE to C4D!!!

  3. Anonymous

    >Matt Kaustinen at Boomer Labs here. We’re looking into AE->C4D, drop us a line and we can talk.

    -Matt

  4. Jonas Hummelstrand

    >That would be an interesting plugin, Matt! Priced right, you’ll sell one to every C4D user out there!

  5. Anonymous

    >Jonas, I sent an email reply with some questions. Did you get it?

    -Matt

  6. Anonymous

    >Hey I am all about an AE to C4D plugin. As a matter of fact I found this article searching just for that.

    Hurry and let me know when you have it ready!
    lilsmokie@hotmail.com

  7. Anonymous

    >seems like paul tuersley has it ready for you all at;

    http://www.aenhancers.com/viewtopic.php?t=653

    )orgen

  8. Jonas Hummelstrand

    >Paul’s ambitious project looks promising, but I haven’t had a chance to try it out yet, unfortunately.