Adverti horiz upsell

Gradient Data Manager script for Maya for Maya 1.1.1 (maya script)

Gradient Data Manager script for Maya allows to copy gradients and do many other things.

License
$20.00
(qty: 1)

  • Check 16 Future Updates Included
  • Check 16 Highend3d Quality Checked
  • Check 16 Purchase Guarantee
  • Check 16 Support Included

Compatibility

  • 2016, 2015, 2014

Operating Systems

  • Mac
  • Windows

History

Created:09/29/2015
Last Modified:08/03/2016
File Size: 11.4 KB

About

Gradient Data Manager script for Maya allows to copy data between existing
gradients (not to clipboard), to load or save gradient data to files and many other things.

New: Contrast Up/DownNew_features

Features

  • Copy, paste and swap gradients
  • Load and save gradient data to file
  • Work with control curve gradients
  • Convert gradient data between two formats
  • Reverse gradients
  • Brighten and darken gradients
  • Desaturate gradients
  • Normalize gradient values (between 0 and 1)
  • Clear gradient data
  • Restore gradient initial state (per script session)
  • Set gradient initial state (per script session)
  • Create ramp from gradient
  • Load gradient data from ramp
  • Import ramp from saved gradient file
  • Export ramp as gradient file
  • Support Windows and OS X (maybe Linux)

Installation

Gradient Data Manager script for Maya was tested on Maya 2014x64, 2015x64,
but is likely to support Maya 2013 and possibly some earlier/newer versions.

  1. Copy "gradient_data_manager.py" to "C:\Users\USERMAME\Documents\maya\MAYA_VERSION\scripts"
  2. (Optional, icon for a shelf) Copy "Grad.png" to "C:\Users\USERMAME\Documents\maya\MAYA_VERSION\prefs\icons"
  3. (Optional, a shelf) Copy "shelf_GRAD.mel" to "C:\Users\USERMAME\Documents\maya\MAYA_VERSION\prefs\shelves"
    or create a shelf button and use python command:
    import gradient_data_manager
    reload(gradient_data_manager)
    gradient_data_manager.GradientDataManagerUI()

Be Aware

On Mac OS X the above mentioned paths start like this: 
~/Library/Preferences/Autodesk/maya/MAYA_VERSION/ and then same as on windows.
(This may differ depending on Maya and/or OS X version)

More Items from author Maxim Mikhaylov:


People who favorited this item:

  • Leo Animator
    Leo Animator
  • Vojtech Lacina
    Vojtech Lacina
  • wu guorui
    wu guorui
  • chen kun
    chen kun
  • Alexx31
    Alexx31
  • Santi Gutierrez
    Santi Gutierrez
  • 0xDD
    0xDD
  • eben
    eben