geoTracker v1.0


 
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Contributor: evil kornholio
Tracks selected vertexes of any geometry in a human way.
Requirements:
11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0, 8.0 or later
05 Dec 2017
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Tracks selected vertexes of any geometry provided at once, a bit faster than nuke.....

Also can reconcile results a bit faster than nuke native reconcile...

About section should explain everything in a simple way.


Enjoy.

Just be fair.
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# li zhaohui 2017-12-06 14:00
It would be better if you could generate the position of the object to rotate and zoom.
 
 
# evil kornholio 2017-12-06 14:09
Yes you could. Think! :)
 
 
# evil kornholio 2017-12-06 14:14
Yes you could. Think! :) 3 points are ok to calculate a matrix. But when mesh is deformed what happens with that transform?
 
 
# li zhaohui 2017-12-06 16:17
http://www.nukepedia.com/python/3d/animatedsnap3d
Scaling functions can be implemented,
But the rotation is the wrong map and it finds the model that the rotation is leaping.
But I prefer the form of the menu!
http://www.nukepedia.com/python/3d/locometry
Better than animatedSnap3D
 
 
# evil kornholio 2017-12-07 03:05
feel free to play

def matrixFrom3Poin ts(pp1=[0,0,0], pp2=[0,0,0],pp3 =[0,0,0]):
p1 = nuke.math.Vecto r3(pp1[0],pp1[1 ],pp1[2])
p2 = nuke.math.Vecto r3(pp2[0],pp2[1 ],pp2[2])
p3 = nuke.math.Vecto r3(pp3[0],pp3[1 ],pp3[2])
om=nuke.math.Ma trix4()
om.makeIdentity ()

v1=p2-p1
v2=p3-p1
v1.normalize()
v2.normalize()

nv1 =(v1.cross(v2))
nv1.normalize()
nv2 = (nv1.cross(v1))
nv2.normalize()

om[0]=v1[0]
om[4]=v1[1]
om[8]=v1[2]
om[1]=nv2[0]
om[5]=nv2[1]
om[9]=nv2[2]
om[2]=nv1[0]
om[6]=nv1[1]
om[10]=nv1[2]
om[3]=p1[0]
om[7]=p1[1]
om[11]=p1[2]
#ToMultiply Directly uncomment

#om.transpose()
#om.rotateZ(mat h.radians(90))
return om
 

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