autolife v1.0


 
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Contributor: Dylan Palmboom
Autolife automatically sets the lifetime for roto shapes and strokes to their first and last keyframe.
Requirements:
6.2, 6.3, 7.0 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
28 Feb 2013
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# Autolife v1.0 # Autolife is based on SetRotoLifetimeAll by Marc Gutowski (http://www.nukepedia.com/python/nodegraph/setrotolifetimeall/)

# Instructions # Put autolife.py in your .nuke directory or path # Put "import autolife" in your menu.py file

# This python script adds an 'autolife!' button to a 'user' tab on all Roto and Rotopaint nodes # When clicked, all shapes or strokes that are locked, will have their lifetime automatically set to their first and last keyframe. I found myself setting the frame range manually for this a lot, especially when roto'ing objects that need new shapes very often, so I made Autolife to speed the workflow up.

# Please let me know if you come across any bugs or have suggestions, and I'll try fix or add them!

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# Dylan Palmboom 2013-02-28 13:21
The short description at the top should be:
"Autolife automatically sets the lifetime for roto shapes and strokes to their first and last keyframe."
I finished it late at night hence the slightly inaccurate short description :-).
Sorry admin, I edited the description and saved it but didn't know it will be sent for approval again.

A small bug I found was that nuke creates 2 autolife
buttons. To fix this, in the code, just change AddOnCreate to AddOnUserCreate.

Thanks :-)
 
 
# Alex Gamaiunov 2013-03-04 09:24
Thanks for your script. I've been thinking about it for a long time.
But it didn't work for me. Is it compatible with nuke 7?
 
 
# Dylan Palmboom 2013-03-04 09:34
I'm glad you find it useful, thanks :-)! Yes, it is compatible with Nuke 7.0. I'm using 7.0 at work at the moment. I've tested it on Nuke 6 and 7.
It's funny because I actually had it working last year in about October. I was using it in production for a few months, then my hard drive at work crashed, and I had forgotten to back it up or put it on Nukepedia! I was too busy on a project that I thought I'd upload it afterwards! I felt so lost roto'ing without it haha!
Eventually I got it working again.

Dylan
 
 
# haseeb ahmed 2015-04-15 07:06
Hi Dylan, its wonderful script.
i have minor request if possible. is it possible to apply autolife to selected curves or shapes from roto or rotopaint node.

i.e, i have 10 shapes (curves) in root layer, i select only 2 and wanted them to autolife (not rest of shapes)
huge thanks again for your time and sharing this. cheers,haseeb
 

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