Re-ReadAll_script v1.0


 
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Contributor: Vitor Guerreiro
This script is useful when you have changed your project folders to a different directory and you kept all the inside directory root Paste the old directory in the 'Old Source' input without the file specification Ex.: Old Source: c:/user/old_project_dir/ Write the new directory ind the 'New Source' input without the file specification Ex.: New Source: d:/projects_backup/new_project_dir/ If the overall folder structure is the same, all the Read Nodes will be automatically re-linked to your files.
Requirements:
6.3 or later
Windows
26 Jan 2013
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Just made this simple script for nuke (my first try with python-nuke):
-This script is useful when you have changed your project folders to a different 
directory and you kept all the inside directory root.
-Paste the old directory in the 'Old Source' input without the file specification
Ex.: Old Source: c:/user/old_project_dir/
Write the new directory ind the 'New Source' input without the file specification
Ex.: New Source: d:/projects_backup/new_project_dir/
If the overall folder structure is the same, all the Read Nodes will be 
automatically re-linked to your files.

Enjoy. If you find any problems feel free to comment below.

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Comments   

 
0 # Paul Loop 2013-01-28 05:20
Oh, I waited this so long. Thanks, dude)
 
 
0 # alongg wangjinling 2013-01-30 01:47
Very thank the authors dedication! Excuse me, how should the script installation?
 
 
0 # Vitor Guerreiro 2013-01-30 06:09
I want to thank you both for your feedback.
The instructions to install the script are inside the script - read the commented text in the first lines of the code.
.::Copy the script and paste it into your menu.py file, if you don't have it in your .nuke folder, just save the script as a .py with the name 'menu'.
If you have any trouble with it just let me know.
 

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