aeTransform v2.0


 
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Contributor: Aitor Echeveste
Smart transforms with a very light gizmo. Without slowing down your scripts.
Requirements:
13.1, 12.0, 11.0, 10.5 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
09 Apr 2022
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userguide Tutorial/Overview video: https://vimeo.com/487271393

 

userguide

You can download all  the last updates here:

https://github.com/aitorecheveste/aeTools 

 

 

Update Log:

aeTransform v2.0 - 10 August 2021


 Automatic adapting BBox.

Fixed problems with the distort in the edges.

Can expand the bbox and dont break.

Fixed issue with the skew.

Added black outsides, crop to format, pixels to the bbox.

Added option to choose channels.

Fixed the problem that the node filter the image when it does not transform it.

Add the funtion auto center on create.


aeTransform v1.5 - 8 February 2021


Fix the python warning 'a python object is not attached to a node'.

Fixed the problem that the node filter the image when it does not transform it.

Add the funtion auto center on create.


aeTransform v1.1 - 19 December 2020


Fix bug with the auto center, add a new button to manual center. 


aeTransform v1.0 - 4 December 2020 


  

Feedback, bugs and ssuggestion will be welcome. Hope you find it useful!

 

 

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Comments   

 
+1 # Aditya Kolli 2020-12-08 04:20
That is clever and quiet efficient in the script! You should add a blur parameter to the STMap, that will improve the quality of the resulting transform/warpi ng. :-)
 
 
0 # Aitor Echeveste 2020-12-08 14:19
Thanks Aditya!
Normally I prefer control the blur under the roto/shape, but I take in count for future versions!
 
 
0 # Aditya Kolli 2020-12-08 14:29
Oh... I meant blurring the UV values on the STMap. There is 'blur_scale' parameter in the STMap node. You could make that slider visible at Gizmo level.
 
 
0 # Nikolai Wüstemann 2021-08-12 09:38
Keep in mind that when blurring an ST-Map, you also affect pixels that are not supposed to change in any way. This of course results in a slight unintended filtering for such areas. I had the issue for one of my gizmos and depending on the case and the setup it can be nasty to work around that..
 
 
0 # Martin Rombos 2023-07-26 18:01
Thanks for sharing this.

I just downloaded and tested it against iTransform.
aeTransform worked 2x faster but the quality in iTransform is better. When you start stacking them it gets more noticeable.

Do you know if there is anything to do about that? I'd love to gain this speed.
 

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