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This is a free Python script to help you to create Rigs in Maya.
It is modular, multi-language and object oriented, that means you can use it to create many type of Rigs that you want without a lot of work.
You just need to download the rar file and extract it in a Maya Path folder like for example, C: / Program Files / Autodesk / Maya2011 / Python / Lib / site-packages, then you use the command above to call the UI (User Interface).
For Mac, you can copy the files in / Users / yourUserName / Library / Preferences / Autodesk / maya / 2012-x64 / scripts.
import maya.cmds as cmds import dpAutoRigSystem import dpAutoRigSystem.dpAutoRig as dpAR reload(dpAR) dpUI = dpAR.DP_AutoRig_UI() print "\ndpAutoRigSystem loaded with success."