Rainbow Studio Brings Cartoon Style to CG with Morph-O-Matic

Blur Studio and Snowblind created Justice League Heroes with the help of Morph-O-Matic

Rainbow Studio brings cartoony style to CG with the help of Morph-O-Matic

Nexus Productions rely on Morph-O-Matic to create award winning animated ads campaign.

Nexus Productions rely on Morph-O-Matic to create award winning animated ads campaign.

Digital Dimension uses Morph-O-Matic to animate Spyro the dragon

Luis San Juan creates impressive facial rigs using Morph-O-Matic for KEYTOON

Nexus Productions rely on Morph-O-Matic to create award winning animated ads campaign.

"Gopher Broke", Oscar nominated CG short from Blur Studio, was animated with the help of Morph-O-Matic

Blur Studio animate SpongeBob SquarePants with the help of Morph-O-Matic

Luis San Juan creates impressive facial rigs using Morph-O-Matic for KEYTOON

Luis San Juan creates impressive facial rigs using Morph-O-Matic for KEYTOON

Nexus Productions rely on Morph-O-Matic to create award winning animated ads campaign.

"In the Rough", the impressive CG short from Blur Studio, was animated with the help of Morph-O-Matic

Blur Studio : Bring Sonic to life with Morph-O-Matic

Morph-O-Matic played a key role in making Mickey Mouse in 3D for the first time by helping Blur Studio and Disney.

Morph-O-Matic played a key role in making Mickey Mouse in 3D for the first time by helping Blur Studio and Disney.

Nexus Productions rely on Morph-O-Matic to animate Yao and LeBron in COKE Unity commercial

Relying on Morph-O-Matic many studios have worked for Vivendi to bring Crash Bandicoot to life, including Virgin Lands and Digital Dimension.

Relying on Morph-O-Matic for the facial animations many studios have worked on various Sonic games, including Blur Studio and SEGA.

Morph-O-Matic played a key role in making Mickey Mouse in 3D for the first time by helping Blur Studio and Disney.

Blur Studio created and animated the new Lara Croft using Morph-O-Matic

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 Morph-O-Matic runs in 3ds Max 6 to 3ds Max 2014 (32 bit & 64 bit)  

Production proven alternate morpher modifier for 3ds max

Are you looking for a better morphing solution in 3ds max?

Donít look any furtherÖ our award-winning Morph-O-Matic is just what you need. Already used by leading 3ds max production studios around the globe for over 10 years, Morph-O-Matic excels where other solutions fail to deliver
. Morph-O-Matic, the industry standard morphing extension for 3ds max, has been designed from the ground up as a tool to assist modelers, animators and technical directors in creating complex morph setups and animations. No matter how complex the model or how numerous the targets, Morph-O-Matic will provide you with instant results every time.

Made for animators by animators, achieve awesome animations quickly and easily with Morph-O-Matic using powerful animator-oriented features like the unique keyframing floating window.

Upgrade your characterís morphing setup to Morph-O-Matic and feel the difference instantly. Get Morph‑O-Matic today and discover for yourself why so many well known CG characters rely on this plug-in for 3ds max.
 

The key benefit of using Morph-O-Matic is a huge increase in productivity for both animators, and character setup artists. I really recommend Morph-O-Matic as THE tool for studio animating with morph targets in 3ds max.

On the animation side: the increase of speed, been able to play facial animations in real time and having a floating window for each character simultaneously allowing you to animate a few characters at the same time make live much easier. The new pose system saves a lot of time in reusing poses too.

On the character setup side: itís like having all the small options you always wanted to have in morpher, the ability to keep the targets in the modifier, the negative target, independent limits for each morph. These features really speed up the workflow and allow you to focus on creating better rigs.

 


Luis San Juan
Nexus Production

 

Benefits over morpher

Display Floater

Pivot sub-object mode

.mom file
       

Control Rig

Morph Materials in
Mental Ray

Voice-O-Matic integration

Di-O-Matic buttons
       

Morph-O-Matic Extract

What's a Morph?

Progressive

Game Engine Integration
       

Control Morph-O-Matic
Using Maxscript
     
       

The small functions of loading and saving whole Morph-Animations in Morph-O-Matic was a true life-saver; I was able to animate characters and bodies in complex scenes separately from their speech and facial animations. With one mouse-click one could get the face animation done in the other scene. Morph-O-Matic fills all holes you need for Morph-Animations. Best recommendation.
 


Igor Posavec
3d-io.com

 

With Morph-O-Matic, you get everything you need to create high quality morphing animation in 3ds max, this includes :

- Unlimited number of channels,
why being limited to 100 targets...when complex characters may need more.

- Cut/Copy/Paste on selected channels,
if you like a pose at a precise frames, why not re-use it ?

- Save/Load geometry of targets,
this way you don't have to carry all the targets in the scene !

- Display Filtering, easily choose the channels and keyframes you want to see in the trackbar and in the modifier panel.

- Static and Dynamic Poses
, save any combination of morph channels and re-use it as if it was a morph target but maintain the connection to the initial channels

- Use the stack result as a target
, whenever you want to create a morph target, just apply an Edit Modifier and that's it...you don't have to create countless copies of the object in the scene

- Cubic Spline Interpolation on Progressive channels,
no more linear interpolation between multiples targets of the same channels!

- View-dependant morphing,
unlike traditional animation, 3d characters are always draw perfectly in perspective within 3d space, well not anymore, cheat deformations based on the angle of any cameras !

- Extract all deleted targets and re-bind them, if you have delete some targets, and you want to modify those, this will allows you to keep the animation, and will turn back the auto-reload on, this way you can modify the targets and keep your animations, even if the targets were deleted !

- Soft-Selection support,
restricts morph calculations to only those vertices currently selected in each target. 

- Display Floater
, for animators who don't like the command panel, a cool way to animate and it works with multiple character at the same time !

- Easy Accurate Material Morphing
, you can do material morphing based on channels or even on a per target basis for complex progressive morphing cases.

- MOM file format, allows integration into existing pipelines,  Morph-O-Matic data can be easily exported out to game engines.

- MAXScript support

- Float Licensing, so you can share license(s) across your network.

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To help you identify the key features Morph-O-Maticis bringing to 3ds Max, here is a comparison chart between 3ds max's Morpher and Morph-O-Matic as well as a video showcasing the benefits directly within 3ds max:


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 Benefits

Morph-O-Matic

 Morpher
      
 Morph Channels Unlimited 100
 Vertex Selection Support
 Vertex Soft-Selection Support  -
 Keyframe on selected channels -
 Custom In/Out Tangent Types  -
 Cut/Copy/Paste on selected channels -
 Use a Vertex as pivot point -
 Save/Load Animation file -
 Save/Load Geometry -
 Save/Load Modifier settings -
 MaxScript Support
 Progressive Morphing
 Negative Progressive Morphing -
 Cubic Spline Interpolation -
 View-Dependant Morphing -
 Display channels as Floater -
 Accurate Material Morphing -
 Markers to browse channels
 Snapshot current State
 Extract target
 Extract progressive targets -
 Extract all targets and rebind them -
 Auto-Reload all channels
 Auto-Reload per channel -
 Filter tracks -
 Filter selected channels -
 Poses presets -
 Use stack result as target -
 Dynamic pose channel -
 
 

I stopped messing around with half baked morph plug-ins the day I got my paws on Morph-O-Matic. Finally a plug-in that got it right. Everything you need when you need it. So you can stop moaning now kids - M.O.M is cooking all your morphs now!
 


Ian Gregory, C.O.R.E. Digital Picture

 

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I stopped messing around with half baked morph plug-ins the day I got my paws on Morph-O-Matic. Finally a plug-in that got it right. Everything you need when you need it. So you can stop moaning now kids - M.O.M is cooking all your morphs now!
 


Ian Gregory, C.O.R.E. Digital Picture

 
 

The small functions of loading and saving whole Morph-Animations in Morph-O-Matic was a true life-saver; I was able to animate characters and bodies in complex scenes separately from their speech and facial animations. With one mouse-click one could get the face animation done in the other scene. MoM fills all holes you need for Morph-Animations. Best recommendation.
 


Igor Posavec, from 3d-io.com

 
 

Morph-O-Matic allowed us to push our facial pipeline to a whole new level. It gave us the ability to overcome the unique challenges that emerged in translating Disneyís classic characters into the world of 3D animation where they had never existed before,
 


Sze Chan
Blur Studio

 
 

At Blur, we use Morph-O-Matic as the morphing tool on all our 3DS Max based character rigs. Morph-O-Matic is simple and flexible enough so we can combine it with custom rig solutions very easily.
 


Leo Santos
Blur Studio

 
 

The key benefit of using Morph-O-Matic is a huge increase in productivity for both animators, and character setup artists. I really recommend Morph-O-Matic as THE tool for studio animating with morph targets in 3ds max.

On the animation side: the increase of speed, been able to play facial animations in real time and having a floating window for each character simultaneously allowing you to animate a few characters at the same time make live much easier. The new pose system saves a lot of time in reusing poses too.

On the character setup side: itís like having all the small options you always wanted to have in morpher, the ability to keep the targets in the modifier, the negative target, independent limits for each morph. These features really speed up the all workflow and allow you to focus in creating better rigs.

 


Luis
San Juan
Nexus Production

 
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Only registered users of Morph-O-Matic currently subscribed to one of the yearly support packages (Premium, Premium+, VIP) are eligible to receive the latest version listed below. Please contact us to receive it.

 Version 2.7  04/18/2013
 
* Added compatibility with 3ds max 2014 (64-bit)
* Hold License is now On by default
* Saving Groups could fail: fixed

 
 Version 2.6  08/14/2012
 
* Channel List highlighted color issue: fixed
* Extract to Scene could fail: fixed

 
 Version 2.5  05/22/2012
 
* Added compatibility with 3ds max 2013 (32-bit and 64-bit)
* Number of channels: now default to 18

 
 Version 2.4  05/04/2011
 
* Added compatibility with 3ds max 2012 (32-bit and 64-bit)
* New Game Engine Integration Scripting API
* Objects' copy did not preserve channel groups: fixed
* Next and Previous Key buttons did not support keyframes filtering: fixed

 
 Version 2.3  04/16/2010
 
* Added compatibility with 3ds max 2011 (32-bit and 64-bit)
* Improved stability and performance
* Markers list refresh issue: fixed
* Installation issue with 3ds max 2009: fixed
* Static poses presets were not saved in the .max scene file: fixed
* Auto-Load .mom file could fail if file did not exist: fixed
* Loading .mom file could fail: fixed
* Capture current state could fail: fixed

 
 Version 2.2  05/27/2009
 
* Added compatibility with 3ds max 2010 (32-bit and 64-bit)
* New extraction options allowing targets to be easily extracted in rows or in columns
* New MAXScript command: MOM_HoldLicense()
* Several MAXScript commands only worked with integer values but should support float values: fixed
* Channel Target List did not always update correctly: fixed

 
 Version 2.1  12/18/2008
 
* Fix Compound Object support
* Add ability to auto-load .mom file on file open
* Whenever being manipulated via scripting, a license is necessary
Simply click on the "Hold License" button before scripting or wiring

 
 Version 2.0  05/12/2008
 
* Fully compatible (32-bit and 64-bit) with 3ds max 9, 3ds max 2008 and 3ds max 2009
* Faster morphing calculation speed
* Enhanced user interface
* Display 20 morph channels at all time
* Static poses preset
* Dynamic Weight-able pose channels
* License can be hold per session, allowing faster access to the user interface
* Ability to use modifier stack result as morph target
* Navigate to Next & Previous keyframe from keyframing rollout and display floater
* Filter Tracks: ability to filter and display only tracks of selected MOM group in the trackbar
* Filter Channels: ability to filter and display only channels of selected MOM group
* Auto Reload Target performance bug : fixed
* Auto Reload Target not supported in preview, rendering and point cache : fixed
* Auto Reload Target per channel
* .mom file: ability to automatically recreate channels when loading .mom file
* .mom file: ability do not delete keys on load
* .mom file: ability to Load and Save binding file
* .mom file: support for instanced tracks
* Additional MaxScript commands
* Discontinued support for 3ds max 4 and 3ds max 5

Note that Morph-O-Matic v1.x is not available for 3ds max 2009 and higher, only v2.x is compatible. Are you still using Morph-O-Matic v1.x ? Upgrade to v2 by subscribing to the Premium+ or VIP support package.

 
 Version 1.5  10/22/2003
 
* New Float Licensing protection scheme
* New spinner to facilitate navigation between channels added in the Channel parameters rollout
* Bug of automatically setting Weight values to 0.0 when loading a .mom file fixed
* Flat Tangent type added in the Keyframing rollout for users with 3ds max 5 and higher
* Improved Extract to scene functionallity
* The MOMMaterial now fully supports displacement morphing
* Undo added for the Create MOMMaterial button
* Support 3ds max 6 to 3ds max 8

 
 Version 1.15  02/28/2003
 
* Objects with the Morph-O-Matic modifier applied now support to be used within Compound Objects, like Boolean or Attach-O-Matic.
* Tracks in Morph Channels automatically have now the default float controller applied, this is particularly useful when using MaxScript, as you don't need to first create a key to be able to access Morph-O-Matic tracks.
* Files made with previous version of Morph-O-Matic needs to be re-saved to update Morph-O-Matic internal informations.

 
 Version 1.1  07/08/2002
 
* Auto Load Targets now supports animated objects as morph targets, this can also be used to edit a morph target and check the mixed result while editing the target.
* In the group list of the keyframing rollout, a Current channel entry has been added to just apply keyframe on the selected channel.
* The Camera list rollout now only appears when you have a view-dependant morph channel selected.
* When using the Display floater, you can now minimize it.
* The Morph-O-Matic logo has been added in the MoMMaterial.
* Display bug of the pivot sub-object has been fixed

 
 Version 1.0  03/20/2001
 
* Initial release
 

 
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