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Compositing integration

Enhance your 3D rendered data and combine it with live-action footage using a choice of compositing options.

Segment scenes into render elements for downstream compositing in Smoke (US site), After Effects, Photoshop or certain other image compositing applications.

You can perform simple compositing operations directly within 3ds Max with the node-based interface Slate Compositing Editor.

Composite offers a fully featured, high-performance, high dynamic range (HDR)-capable compositor, based on technology from Toxik compositing software. The 3ds Max Composite toolset incorporates keying, colour correction, tracking, camera mapping, raster and vector paint, spline-based warping, motion blur, depth of field and tools to support stereoscopic productions.

Note: Composite feature fulfilled through Autodesk Exchange.

Segment scenes into render elements for compositing