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3d Connexion users can now record in realtime, not having to deal with Connexions current recording tools. You may even change your cameras focus pivot while recording, by selecting an object or null etc. No more weird pivot hops! Lets you make non destructive multiple takes, one after another, quickly.
Realtime mouse/hid, recording tools... simply select an object and record.
NOTE: You must read the instructions on the image above(its kinda hard to read) It is also included in the d/l). Absolutely required though.
Install: Simply move to your current shelf directory or load from your shelf menu and it will put it there.
Tested on Maya2010 2011x64, Vista64. But should work on all platforms.
Your feedback or improvement ideas would be awesome!
Personal note: It made my Connexion controller meet my expectations with Maya. I also have a script for rotating around subobject pivots, as it does in Max.(Perhaps they have fixed it by now??) Let me know if you want it(64bit only).