Boomer Labs and JokerMartini have released Vexus for 3DS Max, their standalone node-based editor designed for scene assembly and render pass management. Version 3.0 sees several significant improvements with many new and updated features and bug fixes, including an interface redesign, multi-camera support, submission iteration, Python integration, graph interaction improvements, Wacom tablet support, parameter skipping, in-graph notes, node descriptions, auto-backup, templates, Xref support, and much more. Full details on the latest release can be found on the Boomer Labs website and all the changes are outlined in the release notes.
List price for the package is $200 USD per seat with support for 3ds MAX 2015 through 2019 and is a free upgrade for existing 2.2 users. A downloadable demo version of Vexus and additional information is available at: http://boomerlabs.com/vexus