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Python Environment Variables


Post by RBemendo » Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:12 am

I went through Windows Environment variables and manually created new variables with the directions in the readme file. However when I try using the example python scripts in Resolve I get an "Unable to find module DaVinciResolveScript from $PYTHONPATH - trying default locations".

The scripts run, but i'm guessing I did something wrong. here's what I changed in windows environment variables.

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Re: Python Environment Variables


Post by Igor Ridanovic » Tue Oct 15, 2019 12:11 pm

I''m not sure you need the double slashes. One slash is single in one of the paths. But, I don't even care about the %PATH% and just load the library in Python using imp. You know where fusionscript.dll is, just import it directly.