Ted has uploaded some of his presentations from EUE, in which he focused on 3ds Max Composite and the advantages it brings to the rendering workflow. Composite is a great feature to experiment with, and one I would recommend utilising more for post-processing.
If your not familiar with who, the award winning, Ted is, then he’s a freelance trainer who covers fundamental concepts in 3ds Max. These techniques are primarily concerned with the efficient use of 3ds Max, focusing on workflows that are not always obvious. Ted is also a published author, most recently co-authoring with Joep van der Steen. If you ever are lucky enough to have Ted giving a local talk at an event, then I highly recommend attending.
Now lets have a look at his Video training:
Thanks to Ted for sharing these, and I hope it encourages you to try these valuable tools in 3ds Max 2011 & 2012.