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Artur Leao releases mScrub for 3ds Max

Friday, April 19th, 2013 | Posted by Jim Thacker

You can do it! VFX – aka developer Artur Leao – has relased mScrub: a commercial 3ds Max script that enables animators to navigate through animations with their mouse’s scroll wheel.

Using the wheel alone scrubs through the timeline one frame at a time; holding [Ctrl] as you do so moves in 10-frame increments. Holding [Shift] moves one keyframe at a time instead.

And that’s it. Simple, but something that mouse wheel junkies will really dig, and only €2 (around $2.60). You will need 3ds Max 2013 or 2014 to use it, though.

Read more about mScrub on the You can do it! VFX website

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  • Artur Leao

    2013.03 changelog:

    - Now works on 3dsmax 2010+
    - New feature, right click turns on/off trajectory for selected objects
    - Fixed playback bugs

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