3ds max 2020 tutorials Scene Layout – Specifying display units In other words, if it’s set to default units of feet and I type in a one, then 3ds Max will interpret that as one foot. If the default units are inches and I type in a one, 3ds Max will interpret that as one inch. So I’ll choose feet, click OK and over here I’ll set the length to three. Just type in a three and press enter, so it’s interpreting that keystroke as three feet.
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3ds max Scene Layout Specifying display units Okay, so that’s how the units work. I’m going to use metric, with centimeters throughout most of this course, so that the scenes will be compatible with international audiences. If you’re an architect or interior designer working in the United States, you’ll probably use US standard, but otherwise I’d recommend using the metric system. Click OK and set this back to a value of 100 centimeters. That’s how to set up the display units, or units of measurement in a scene.