Script Collector for Windows v1.2


 
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Contributor: Mathieu Vallet
Useful python script that lets you quickly save your scene in a single folder.
Requirements:
8.0, 7.0, 6.0 or later
Windows
23 Sep 2015
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Useful python script that lets you quickly save your scene in a single folder.

This script will retrieve all the sources in your Nuke scene, save them in a single folder and then save a new script with relative path. From there, you can put this folder on a USB device and re-open it anywhere you want without re-linking all sources files.


To use it just copy/paste the code in the script editor.

 

 

Mathieu Vallet
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Comments   

 
# Pavel Vicik 2015-02-25 19:56
Amazing! I need to try! Few days ago I was thinking about how can I collect files into one folder. Thank you!
 
 
+1 # Mathieu Vallet 2015-02-26 09:30
Thank you !
Do not hesitate to tell me if anything went wrong.
 
 
# Pavel Vicik 2015-02-28 23:14
Hi Mathieu, I have problem to load script directly in Nuke. Error message pops up "name collectScript is not defined". In meny.py i wrote this m.addCommand("c ollectScript", "collectScript. collectScript() ")
Thanks for helping me.
 
 
+1 # Mathieu Vallet 2015-03-01 00:44
Hi,
Actually you have two things to do to add it in a Nuke menu.

First of all the main function that run the script is call mainFunction so you've to replace the line in your menu.py with that one :
m.addCommand("collectScript", "collectScript.mainFunction()")

Secondly you've to open the collectScript.p y with a text editor and delete the last line that is :
mainFunction()

Because if you don't do that the script will automatically run at the nuke start and you don't want that ;-)

I hope it's helping you.
 
 
+1 # Pavel Vicik 2015-03-02 15:38
Thank you very much! :)
 
 
+1 # Arno Boudon 2015-03-06 13:26
Nice one Mat ! Thanks
 
 
# Mathieu Vallet 2015-03-06 13:28
Merci Arno !
 
 
# Randy Little 2015-09-12 20:57
error :-( was working then stopped. :-(

mainFunction()
# Result: Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 409, in
File "", line 58, in mainFunction
File "", line 109, in countElements
ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''
 
 
# Jason Huang 2015-09-23 19:12
Got the same error as Randy.....

Quoting Randy Little:
error :-( was working then stopped. :-(

mainFunction()
# Result: Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 409, in
File "", line 58, in mainFunction
File "", line 109, in countElements
ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''
 
 
# Mathieu Vallet 2015-09-24 03:15
Hi guys,

I tried a lot of situation and never get this error.

I think it's because of a weird file name. Could you find the file that gives you this error and write the full file path here please ?

Thanks
 
 
# Jason Huang 2015-09-24 03:45
Mathieu,

Here is the message I got:
# Result: Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 409, in
File "", line 74, in mainFunction
File "", line 109, in countElements
ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'et%02'

Quoting Mathieu Vallet:
Hi guys,

I tried a lot of situation and never get this error.

I think it's because of a weird file name. Could you find the file that gives you this error and write the full file path here please ?

Thanks
 
 
# Mathieu Vallet 2015-09-24 05:16
All right

I just did a version 1.2 that should fix the problem.
Let me know if it works or not.

Thanks
 
 
# Jason Huang 2015-09-24 06:25
Still throws error as below....

# Result: loc06_pano_v01_hdr
Set%02d
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 413, in
File "", line 75, in mainFunction
File "", line 112, in countElements
ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'et%02'
 
 
# Mathieu Vallet 2015-09-24 14:04
Its probably because your name file is like
loc06_pano_v01_hdrSet%02d.hdr
try to rename it like that
loc06_pano_v01_hdrSet_%02d.hdr

You always have to separate the padding from the rest with an underscore or a dot.
 
 
# Thomas Vu 2016-05-19 15:03
hello Mathieu there is something wrong with script
errors: A python Object is not attached to a node

ps:/ im using nuke 10
ps2: i just give it another try, its work but idk why some time that errors show up
 
 
+1 # Mathieu Vallet 2016-05-19 15:59
Hello Thinh vu

Sadly, I don't have Nuke 10 at home, so I cannot investigate.

Glad that the second try works.
 
 
# Thomas Vu 2016-05-20 14:03
hi! today i tried it again still errors , can you fix it
here the logs:

Traceback :
File "", line 1, in
File "C:\Program file\Nuke\pytho ngextionsions\s ite-packages\co llectScript.py" , line 59, in mainFunction
countElements

C:\Program file\Nuke\pytho ngextionsions\s ite-packages\co llectScript.py" , line 112, in mainFunction
countElements
padd = in

ValueError: invalid literal for int with base 10: ' '

--------------------------------
this trouble look like the other people, but can you fix it ?
then i tried with other shot correct name


Traceback :
File "", line 1, in
File "C:\Program file\Nuke\pytho ngextionsions\s ite-packages\co llectScript.py" , line 59, in mainFunction
countElements

C:\Program file\Nuke\pytho ngextionsions\s ite-packages\co llectScript.py" , line 92, in countElements
absPath = read.knob.getValue
ValueError: A PythonObject is not attched to a node
 

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