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Photoshop To Map 1.0.0 for Photoshop

Save files as Mental Ray .map format from Photosho

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Last Modified:08/23/2007
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  • smelicio

    smelicio said over 7 years ago:

    I have Maya in my Windows Environment Variable. and I still have the Command Dialogue poping up quickly but nothing is saved. At the end of the Variable value add a ';' and then add the path. Still not doing.
  • man of mettle

    man of mettle said almost 9 years ago:

    any chance of this script being tooled to work for mac? os x 6.8? cs 4?
  • Ilaiya Bharathi

    Ilaiya Bharathi said about 9 years ago:

    can this be used for 3ds max Mental Ray??
  • mrdavidcox

    mrdavidcox said over 9 years ago:

    Renamed the scripts to .jsx extension. Placed them in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS5 (64 Bit)\Presets\Scripts\ I made sure the environment variable was directed towards Maya as lakmobes details above. (I had recently set this up so I could use the Render cmd within a .bat file). Then started Photoshop CS5 64bit and there it was in File Scripts . Thank you Reynier Gonzalez for a script I shall be using all the time.
  • lakmobes

    lakmobes said about 10 years ago:

    A Command Dialogue pops up quickly but nothing is saved. This is because Maya is not in your Windows Environment Variable To Fix, go to Computer Right Click 'Properties' click 'Advance System Properties' Click 'Environment Variables' Under System variables there should be a variable named 'Path' Highlight it and click edit (DO NOT DELETE ANYTHING IN HERE) at the end of the Variable value add a ';' and then add the path to your Maya Bin (i.e. 'C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Maya2010\bin') -Version dependent Your done 'Click OK' and back out of the system properties You may need to restart Photoshop
  • gregdowning

    gregdowning said about 10 years ago:

    Looks like if you rename the file .jsx cs5 will recognize the script.
  • highimpact

    highimpact said over 10 years ago:

    none none, If you see a cmd window appear and then disappear without the map being created, then be sure to add the maya\bin\ folder to your Path in the windows environment variables
  • polly gon

    polly gon said almost 11 years ago:

    to convert a tif to a map I had an older photoshop and this script didn't work so I went into bin folder of Maya2009 and used imf_disp.exe not the 'imf copy exe' as that didn't work at all - not sure why so many tuts say to use that one
  • none none

    none none said almost 11 years ago:

    Won't work unde win7 x64 psh cs4 Any ideas? Thx in advance
  • reynier gonzalez

    reynier gonzalez said almost 11 years ago:

    mr toolbox: put it in photoshop's directory c:\program files\adobe\photoshop\plugins\scripts thx for this script is very nice

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