TurboSquid Inspector Manual

Using the Script

Once the script is installed, you can run the script from the location chosen during installation. When you launch the script, a basic UI will load with a few simple features. For a summarized explanation, tool tips will appear when hovering the mouse cursor over the UI buttons.


1. Check Options

By Default, the tool will inspect all aspects of the scene. In selecting Custom, each test can be run individually or with any combination desired.  As some tests can take a long time to run depending on the contents of your scene, we suggest that after an initial test with all options, you only run individual tests that failed.  But, a final run on all tests befor submitting is suggested.

2. Test Type

Choose the test type based on which specification you are submitting for in order to filter the tests.  It is defaulted for PixelSquid , but the Inspector tool can also be used to help with the different CheckMate certifications.

3. Run Tests

Clicking on the Play arrow will begin to process the scene for all selected Check Options.

4. Save Tests HTML Report

Use this button to save an HTML file of the tool’s test results (made for easy viewing, without having to test again).

5. Open Current Scene Folder

Opens directory to location of Max file in use.

6. Open Last Saved HTML File

Click to open the most recently-saved HTML report.

Inspection Report

Once the script has been run, the results will display with categorization and color coding. Each tab displays test results for that category. You can right click an object name in the Object test results to quickly select that object.  These reports are to aid in finding errors that need correction in the scene.



Indicates passing.

Yellow Green
Represents warnings or suggestions for problems that may be present.

Indicates failing a check.