Image sequences, love ’em. All those distributed renders and so on create hundreds of thousands of image files on my media drive, so it’s good to have a quick scrip for checking that a sequence has rendered completely without any gaps. Here’s one in Powershell. It tells you if any files are not in sequence … Continue reading A quick snippet for checking image sequences
I have a copyright notice template and I wanted it to auto update every year. Yes, I’m that lazy. So I should be able to do it with an expression, right? Well, yes… and no.
This is a quick run-though of a script I am developing that automates the process of creating a walking character with multiple legs. The script is a bit tricky to use at the moment, and has some flaws, so stay posted for updates. But tricky as it is, it saves a heap of time animating … Continue reading Walker script prototype.
I was doing some rigging recently, when something went wrong and the whole rig exploded on me. ‘By cricketty’ I thunk to meself, ‘there should be a stop button for expressions like there is for my bandsaw’. Those things could take someone’s leg orf. So I got out my scripting iron, and clickety-clackety wrote this … Continue reading Stop-‘n-Go – an emergency stop button for expressions
Hey, I created a script that does useful work! It’s tedious setting the duration of a comp to fit layers that extend past the end or before the beginning, and it would be nice if you didn’t have to do the I-B-O-N + Right-click + Trim Comp To Work Area dance when you want crop … Continue reading First-n-Last – a script to fit the comp duration to the first and last layers.