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Interface to a lot of common controls for Maxwell Render in Maya. Also has some scripts like region rendering and locator-based camera focus that I wrote and integrated.
Install to a Maya script folder and load with "maxwelltuner;" in the MEL command line or Script Editor. You have to render once with Maxwell or FIRE to have Maxwell initialize its values or you'll get an error and no slider/checkbox connections. Hit Refresh after opening opening the FIRE window and you're good to go. To control the camera settings, select your camera and hit the Attach Camera button.
1.0 Release. All features are pretty self-explanatory and cryptic checkbox names have tooltips so that should make everything clear. Other features can be seen in the video here (shown above): https://vimeo.com/32111520