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MultiScatter  ::  Manual

MultiScatter Manual
3ds Max plug-in for V-Ray and Mental Ray

MultiScatter Manual - Table of Contents
  1. Installation
  2. Registration
  3. Uninstall procedure
  4. Distributed Rendering
  5. MultiScatter creation
  6. System / Software requirements
  7. Possible license malfunction/errors

MultiScatter Manual

Installation


Users are provided with the same installation file for both Workstation and Render node

MultiScatter.exe

Workstation can be used only when license is properly installed, and provides access to all MultiScatter options.

If MultiScatter does not find license file it switches itself to rendernode mode and only can renders files created with MultiScatter Workstation.

Rendering is available both locally and over network.

To install the program you need to run the MultiScatter_WS.exe with the administrator rights.

Don’t forget to quit 3ds max before you start the installation.

Read carefully the License Agreement. If you agree, click "I Agree", if not - press "Cancel" button.

Choose the 3ds max version that you use.

The installation program automatically selects destination folder for 3dsmax. Check the path where 3dsmax is installed and correct it if needed.

Press "Setup" button.

Registration


Cerber Local License

After the installation of the plugin which supports Cerber you will find the "License Tool" under:

Windows: Start Menu > R&D Group > Cerber > License Tool

Local tab needs to be selected

MultiScatter Licensing

Choose the hard drive to be linked with the license, the plugin, and press "Generate".

This will show you the "save file" window and generate a request_<UserName>_<HostName>_<Date>.cid file on your Desktop (or other chosen directory).

Send this file to sales@vray.com

Please, attach copy of you receipt or order number to avoid any delays in communication.

In the nearest time (usually within 24 hours) you will get an email from us (or your reseller) with *.lic license file attached. Save this file on your hard disk.

After you've received the *.lic launch the "License Tool" again and press "Add", select the received file and press "Open".

This will copy the license file to the Cerber local licenses directory.

Uninstall procedure


To uninstall MultiScatter start the Uninstall.exe utility.

Choose the 3ds max version for which the MultiScatter to be removed is installed. Press "Uninstall" button.

Installation for a network or distributed rendering


For network rendering just install the same file MultiScatter.exe. Installation procedure is the same as for the Workstation, but skipping Registration process. Rendernode version does not require registration.

Submission for network or distributed rendering should be done from the PC with the registered Workstation version of MultiScatter. The rest of render nodes involved in the network or distributed rendering can have only Rendernode versions of MultiScatter installed.

Each MultiScatter license comes with unlimited render nodes.

MultiScatter creation


You can create MultiScatter within the panel:

Create>Geometry> MultiScatter > MultiScatter.

If any object was selected during the creation, MultiScatter will automatically use the surface of the selected object for the distribution over it.

After the creation of MultiScatter it is necessary to move to 'Modify' panel and select the objects for distribution at the scene. Press '+Teapot' button before the selection. The selected objects will be used for distribution. The object matter of the distributed objects corresponds with that of the original ones. Do not remove original objects after their selection for MultiScatter. It is recommended to deactivate their "Renderable" option.

You can select any objects, Vrayproxy and Mentalproxy at the scene. After all necessary objects are selected press the mouse right button or press the '+teapot' button once again.

You can also add the list of objects by pressing the '+list' button

Selected objects can be removed from the list by pressing the '-teapot' button.

Each of the objects has the following options:

Probability is the probability of the object’s disposition with regard to the rest MultiScatter objects.

Mask is the probability mask. The lighter the texture is the more probable this place is for the distribution of this type of objects.

Mask contrast corrects the contrast value of the probability mask. High contrast value makes highly defined borders of different object fields. The example below presents distribution of three types of objects; for each of them noise cards with different phases are used as masks. Mask Contrast is fixed at 100. The borders of the object fields are sharp due to the high contrast value.

Object color

This setting is described in the MultiScatterTexture section.

Help pictures

Show/Hide Help Pictures button activates/deactivates helping pictures within MultiScatter interface.

'Reset All Settings to Default' button restores all MultiScatter settings according to the data on default.

'Collapse to Single Mesh' button converts MultiScatter into Editable Mesh. Since MultiScatter can contain space consuming geometry, the following warning table will be displayed before the creation of the resulting object.

This will help to judge the ability of such object’s creation. If the amount of polygon fields is huge the process of conversion can take too long or even fail.

'Select All Dependences' selects all objects in the scene used in MultiScatter (objects, surfaces, splines and border splines).

'Convert to MultiPainter' converts to MultiPainter.

Please note that MultiScatter can quickly process many more objects than MultiPainter, and converting to MultiPainter may be impossible when trying to convert from MultiScatter with large amount of objects in it.

Distribution

Selection of surface or spline

To define surface or spline for MultiScatter objects distribution you need to create MultiScatter when the object for distribution upon its surface or spline is selected. After MultiScatter is created you can select surface or spline by pressing "Surface/Spline" button.

Only one object can be chosen. If the objects are needed to be reproduced upon several surfaces or splines the last should be attached into one mesh or single spline.

Properties of distribution by spline

Spline distribution options are available if spline is selected as the object for the distribution over it.

Thickness is the thickness of objects distribution in reference to spline (it is set in system measure units)

Proxy Distance is the length and width distance between the objects with regular pattern distribution. Be careful and attentive! Regular pattern of spline distribution needs Scale Mult option of the Regular Pattern Settings section to be set as 1.

Distribution properties are common for distribution both by spline and surface

Seed - that is the option setting random object distribution. Any variation of this option leads to a new random redistribution of objects.

Max Count – that is the number of objects upon reproduction. It fixes the maximum number of objects possible. The resulting number of objects will be less than the set value.

Mask – that is distribution mask. Objects will not be reproduced on black colored surface. On white surface the density of objects remains unchanged. It is supposed that a monochrome grayscale mask is applied. It is not recommended to exploit large surface area having rear white mask fields as this will slow down generation. Try to crop surface so that it will contain less black colored fields.

Color – you can use color mask for object distribution if this option is set active. The nearby "Color Picker" lets you to select the color mask color over which further distribution will take place.

Range - it sets the range of objects scatter beyond the borders of the selected colored field when the color mask is applied.

Use Random Position - it activates object distribution based on random algorithms which are set in 'Random Position Settings' section

Use Regular Pattern – it activates regular object distribution which is set in ‘Regular Pattern Settings’ section

You can you Mesh or spline as surface.

The main distribution setting is the number of objects. It is set by Max Count setting. If you are not satisfied with the current variant of random distribution, correct Seed setting. If you need the distribution to be done only over certain part of a surface (not over all surfacearea), you can use texture mask (Mask) for uneven distribution according to the texture. Black color equals to zero density of objects and white color is initial (100%) density.

Examples of different masks application:

Noise

Falloff towards the camera

Falloff towards object Z-axis

Vertex Paint (Important note! Use textural channels - for example the 2nd - for keeping color parameters since the MultiScatter Vertex Color channel is not applicable due to certain peculiarities of scatter creating algorithms.)

Regular Pattern Settings

Regular distribution requires the presence of correct UWV Mapping of the object for distribution. You can control regular distribution with UWV Mapping as usual texture.

Mapping Channel sets the channel for UWV Mapping to be used for distribution

When regular pattern is selected for distribution you can get access to related options. You can vary density of the regular distribution with aid of Scale Mult option (Attention!!! For correct regular spline distribution Scale Mult setting should be fixes at 1).

Pattern

The following options are provided to change the type of regular distribution: Square (square grid), Triangle (triangular grid), Hexagon (hexagonal grid).

Random Shift gives an opportunity to add some randomness to regular distribution.

With default settings texture coordinates set only location of objects, but not their rotation and scale. Activation of Affect Transform option lets you set rotation of objects to UWV Mapping. For example, rotating UWV Mapping Gizmo, the objects will be rotating the same way following texture rotation. If you need to control not only rotation, but scale also then turn on Affect Scale option. With this option active the scale of objects can be change suddenly. For correction of scale use XY Scale and Z Scale options if necessary. With 'Affect Transform' option active, 'Use Normal' setting of the 'Rotate' settings should be set as 0.0.

Random Position Settings

Border Spline

It is possible to limit objects disposition with spline. You can use only one spline. If you need to limit the disposition with several splines, then attach them first into one single spline.

You can use different projection axes of spline on surface. If your surface, for instance, is not horizontal (a wall of a building, for example), you can use X-axis or Y-axis depending on orientation of surface. The axis should be straight across/perpendicular to the surface. If the surface contains complicated relief and is not flat, then use Face projection.

Distribution inside spline is sensitive its direction. Use Inverse command in spline properties to change the direction of spline.

It is recommended to use border spline around the surface.

Border behavior

As a border you can use surface sides (Use Surface Border) and spline border (Use Spline Border). The impact of borders upon the object distribution can be controlled by density (Affect Density), scale (Affect Scale) and rotation (Affect Rotate). The depth of impact is set by Distance.

Using curves you can control different types of border impact by distance from the border. The left part of a curve sets behavior closer to the border. The right part of a curve sets behavior in a Distance of an object from the border.

Camera clipping

Use Camera Clipping activates object distribution depending on their distance from the camera

Distance sets the distance beyond which the objects will not be distributed.

For static shots it is convenient to control density (Affect Density) depending on the distance from the camera.

Camera sets the camera with regard to which the distribution will take place.

Density control is not suitable for animation (objects will appear suddenly in front of the camera). Scale control (Affect Scale) is more convenient for animation. It is recommended not to use Collision together with Camera Clipping for animation.

Objects scaling

Global that is the scale control of objects at all axial directions – XYZ - proportionally.

From and To are to fix the variation limits of scale. If the scale should be equal for all objects, set these parameters equal to each other.

From = 100, To = 100.

From = 100, To = 300.

From = 300, To = 300.

Mask sets scaling of objects upon the texture. Black color equals to zero scale, white color leaves the scale unchanged.

Using of 'Noise' within the scale mask.

Here is an example of 'falloff' application in ‘distance blend’ mode within the scale mask

Min Scale sets the minimum scale of objects, which does not allow objects with less scale value to be represented. For example, it is required to fix appropriate minimum scale value for such objects as trees to prevent some of them from being presented smaller than bushes.

Local settings allow independent scaling of objects at each of the axes locally.

Rotation

Constant settings make all objects rotate at the same angle.

X = 0, Y =0, Z = 0.

X = 45, Y = 0, Z = 0.

X = 0, Y = -45, Z = 0.

Random parameters set additional random rotation around each axis

X=60, Y=0, Z=0.

X=0, Y=60, Z=0.

X=0,Y=0,Z=360.

X=60, Y=60,Z=360

Use Normal. If the objects should be oriented along the normal towards the surface, fix this setting at 1.0. Different values of this setting and the respective results are presented below:

Use Normal = 0.0

Use Normal = 0.5

Use Normal = 1.0

Use Normal = 4.0

Z Recovery – this setting makes the object rotate so that its Y axis get the same direction as its Z axis deflection – like it is shown in the picture below:

Mask - Rotation can be ruled by color mask where each color corresponds to separate axial rotation. Red color is responsible for X axial rotation, green color is for Y axial rotation, blue color makes Z axial rotation. Color value 0.0 equals to rotation of 180 degrees to one direction, color value of 0.5 leaves the rotation state unchanged, color value of 1.0 makes the rotation of 180 degrees to another direction. If some axial rotation is not needed just dismiss the activating tick next to the respected axis in the setting table.

The use of various textures within the rotation mask

Colored Noise

Gradient Ramp

Rotation of objects upon animated texture can be used for creation of wind effect. In this case swinging range can be controlled by Map Intensity setting.

Movement with relation to the initial position

These parameters are applied in case of necessity of spatial spread of proxies. First column sets starting range of object displacement within the axial direction of the coordinates, second column sets the final range of displacement.

Below example presents Z-axis direction variation from -3000 to 5000.

Collisions

In case of creating some reasonably big objects, such as trees, any crossing of objects is not allowed. Use collisions to prevent the objects from crossover. Collision checking is based upon the creation of virtual sphere around each object and further distribution of objects with regard to crossing inability of these spheres. The sphere has its radius set and the height of its centre above the surface is also fixed. Each object can generate collisions so that they have influence upon the rest objects and can also adapt to the collisions generated by the other objects. The result of collisions of the objects belonging to the same MultiScatter is presented in viewport. The collisions of the objects belonging to different MultiScatters can be seen only at rendering.

Tick off the Generate Collision and Receive Collision options. Set the 'Height' value at 0.0.

The radius of collisions default value is equal to 100% - that is corresponds to the object size.

The result after rendering will be as below:

Let's add one more object type of smaller size.

In case the distance between the bigger objects is preferable to be kept, but the smaller objects are desirable to be moved closer to the bigger ones, the collision spheres of the bigger objects may be placed a bit higher so that the smaller objects may be placed closer to them. Set the Height for the bigger objects equal to the half of the radius value or a bit higher.

Penetration sets the blur of the collisions border areas.

Collision object

You can create collision object from the panel: Create>Geometry> MultiScatter > MSCollision

MSCollision object is presented as Gizmo located at the scene, it generates collisions in itself and affects all MultiScatter objects in the scene with their Receive Collision option activated.

Radius sets the radius value for Gizmo.

Penetration sets the blur of the collisions border areas

Animation

The important point here is that this section of settings is meant just for the animation of objects distributed over surface or spline. The use of animated masks for distribution, scaling, rotation, etc., and also the application of procedure textures for masks, animation of splines and surfaces are free and available. Evidently, the result of all these animation types combination is not always predictable.

Animation section is still intended for regulation of animated VrayProxies and simple objects. Animation of mrProxy is not implemented at the moment.

Speed sets the speed of animation. Animation speeds up if speed value is higher than 1 and slows down when the value is lower than 1.

It is necessary to arrange animation time shift for each one of the reproduced animated objects so that to prevent them all from moving simultaneously. The creation of a unique time shift for each object is regarded as impossible due to the overwhelming exploration of the memory. As a rule, it is quite enough to specialize some fixed set of time shifts. The number of them is set by the Samples setting. If the animation speed is a fractional number then some fractional frame numbers can appear, which can sometimes lead to a faulty rendering. In case of any malfunction here just dismiss the activating tick next to the Enable fractional frames option. Dealing with looped animation of objects it is highly recommended to select the Loop animation type. If the animation is not looped, then select the Ping Pong animation type. Single option makes a single animation of the object, without any repetition.

Samples = 1

Samples = 10

Offset lets set animation time shift within the limits of From and To.

The same setting can be also fixed within mask with aid of Mask option.

In this mask white color corresponds to the From setting and black color corresponds to the To setting.

Preview

User can specify the number of objects to browse by Max setting. You should be careful not to set the maximum value to avoid MultiScatter preview slowdown at view ports.

It is possible to select the type of object preview at view ports from bounding boxes (Box) to pyramids (Pyramid), or turn off preview at all (None).

Besides, a new revolutionary method of object preview is implemented (Points) – it presents the objects as the points distributed upon the surface of the multiplied objects. The setting of Count fixes the overall number of these points at view port and can be set depending on the capacity of your PC. The points are dynamically distributed in real-time mode upon the surface of objects depending on the angle of view and the perspective. This allows good presenting of the size and shape of objects as the closer the object is to the camera the more points are used to present it. In addition, the color of the points correlates with the diffusive material color assigned for the object.

You can activate automatic updating of object preview (Auto Update) to get total control over the distribution of objects. With this option turned on every single change in MultiScatter parameters is previewed in real-time mode (except the number of objects during rendering and animation settings).

Dummy Size – sets the size of MultiScatter Gizmo at view port.

MultiPainter object

To create MultiPainter go to Create>Geometry> MultiScatter > MultiPainter

MultiPainter

If any object was selected during the creation, MultiPainter will automatically use the surface of the selected object for the distribution over it.

After the creation of MultiPainter it is necessary to switch to ‘Modify’ panel and select the objects for distribution at the scene by drawing. Press ‘+Teapot’ button before the selection. The selected objects will be used for distribution. The object matter of the distributed objects corresponds with that of the original ones. Do not remove original objects after their selection for MultiScatter. It is recommended to position them in a hidden layer, all objects inside MultiScatter inherit properties of the original.

MultiPainter - Paint Objects

You can select any objects, Vrayproxy and Mentalproxy at the scene. After all required objects are selected press right button of the mouse or the '+teapot' button once again.

You can also add the list of objects by pressing the '+list'

MultiPainter - Objects list

Selected objects can be removed from the list by pressing the '-teapot' button.

Each of the objects has the following options:

MultiPainter - Object options

Probability - is the probability of the object's distribution in regard to other MultiPainter objects.

Collision Rate - Defines the possibility for objects intersection. If set to 0 - an object can be completely inside the other, at 100 - the objects do not intersect.

Selection - MultiPainter has the ability to manipulate (move, rotate, scale, copy) objects it contains. To do this, go to the sub-object level.

MultiPainter - Command panel

After that, you can select objects with the mouse and manipulate them just like regular objects in 3ds max.

When you are in sub object, menu Selection becomes available.

MultiPainter - Sub object - Selection

Select by list - highlights all sub-objects selected in the Scatter Objects list.

Hide Selected - hides selected sub objects from the viewport.

Hide Unselected - hides from the viewport not selected sub objects.

Unhide All - unhide all sub-objects.

MultiPainter - Collapse to Single Mesh

Collapse to Single Mesh button converts MultiPainter into Editable Mesh.

Placement of objects with a brush

MultiPainter - Placement of objects with a brush

Radius – brush size.

Softness - the softness of edges of the brush.

Intensity – the intensity, the density of the arrangement (depending on the settings of collisions).

Paint – turns on drawing mode.

Erase - turns on erase mode.

The process of scattering involves only the objects and the surface of the currently selected in the list of Scatter Objects and Surfaces. You can stop drawing any time, highlight or deselect the desired objects and surfaces and to continue drawing with the new settings.

Surfaces

MultiPainter - Surfaces

In the menu Surfaces you can select surface on which the arrangement of objects will be made. The interface is similar to Scatter Objects.

Rotate, Scale and Animation menu is completely the same as t corresponding menu in MultiScatter. It should be noted that the influence of objects positioning parameters is performed at the time of their positioning that ideologically distinguishes the setup MultiPainter from MultiScatter. All changes you make in these settings will affect the next "Drawing with a brush" session..

MultiPainter - Rotate - Scale - Animation

Preview is similar to the menu Preview of MultiScatter, but has a different display mode Cross. In this mode, all objects are displayed as three-dimensional crosses.

MultiPainter - Preview

Application of MultiScatterTexture

In spite of all possible random rotations and scaling the reproduced objects look monotonous and alike. There is a certain lack of color variety. Use an appropriate MultiScatterTexture to solve this problem.

Texture plate consists of 8 colors and each color has an opportunity to assume a random tone. Final color comes as the result of random mix of initial colors according to the established proportion. Change of seed value leads to the appearance of new random color setting.

Mix Contrast provides quick contrast control of the received resulting color setting.

Let's return to the Color setting of MultiScatter properties:

Suppose you have got a photograph of a valley from a bird’s flying height or the one obtained by means of air-photography. And now you would like your 3D valley to be alike this photo in the matter of coloring. Then, create a texture out of this photo. Set an appropriate textural mapping for your surface carrying the growing grass. Place the prepared valley texture in the Color section of the scatter settings. It is not necessary to set this texture for the surface itself. Apply MultiScatterTexture with the checkmark of the Use Obj. Color option for the grass texture processing. As a result the multiplied grass objects will be colored in valley texture imitation.

In case the additional variation of texture with random deviation is necessary you just need to checkmark the Mix with Color option. In this case you should better use colors of the grey scale which will not vary the initial texture greatly; otherwise the resulting colors may appear too saturated.

Mix Value provides the intension control of the object’s color mix with the colors established in MultiScatterTexture option.

Attention! At the moment MultiScatterTexture is applied with any objects created with V-Ray and MentalRay, except MentalProxy objects. This is due to the peculiarities of the concrete implementation of MentalRay for 3ds Max.

Application of MultiScatterMask

Imagine that you need to distribute objects upon the checkered board placing them only at the peaks of surface texture and omitting distribution upon the slopes. You need also to exclude several areas according to the predefined procedure map.

Application of standard 3dsmax default tools requires the creation of a too complicated mix texture inconvenient to be operated with. To overcome such difficulties use MultiScatterMask.

This texture allows combination of several masks by means of their multiplication.

MultiScatter's management utility

You can run this utility from the panel: Utilites>More...> MultiScatterTools

In the upper part there is a window with the list of all MultiScatter objects at the scene.

Green circle next to the object name means that the object is active, so it is presented at viewport and while rendering. Grey circle means that this object is not active, so it is not presented at viewport and while rendering.

Use the mouse left button to select MultiScatter objects. Use the combination of Shift and Ctrl keys to select several objects at once.

Select All selects all MultiScatter objects at the scene.

Deselect All cancels the selection of all MultiScatter objects at the scene.

Turn Off Selected Scatters deactivates/turns off the selected objects.

Turn On Selected Scatters activates/turns on the selected objects.

Generate Objects converts selected MultiScatter objects into arrays of instance objects. This allows the application of the generated objects with any render engine different from V-Ray and Mental Ray.

Select Objects allows you to select all objects at the scene that are generated on the basis of the same MultiScatter object. Since the names of all these objects start with the name of their original MultiScatter object, you just need to enter this name in the appropriate panel/window.

System requirements

Software requirements

  • 3ds Max versions: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 all 32 or 64 bit
  • 3ds Max Design: all
  • V-Ray versions: V-Ray 1.5 (RC5 -no animated proxy, SP1- SP5), V-Ray 2.0 - 32 or 64 bit
  • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, all 32 and 64 bit
  • User must have local administrator rights with Windows XP to use MultiScatter.
  • On Windows 7 administrator rights needed only during installation.

Troubleshooting

Possible license malfunction/errors

In case of license malfunction and errors (which can be caused by disk reformatting, reinstallation of the operating system or components replacement) you are free to address the developer at any time by sending your request for a new *.key file to the e-mail sales@vray.com

However, in case of total replacement of a PC by a new one new license is not provided more often than once in half a year.


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