Can I use a custom installation of Python?

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3DGFX
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Can I use a custom installation of Python?

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Post by 3DGFX » Fri Jul 12, 2019 5:19 am

I need to use a specific version of python (that is controlled by source control). How do I point fusion in the right direction? I'm using 3.5.? I've added the path to the Path environment variables but fusion still can't find the correct version of python.
How can I use a custom Python installation with Fusion? :geek:

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Re: Can I use a custom installation of Python?

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Post by 3DGFX » Tue Jul 23, 2019 3:25 am

Anyone?

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Re: Can I use a custom installation of Python?

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Post by Iddos » Thu Jul 25, 2019 10:42 pm

What os are you using?
Windows?

Do you have multiple python versions on your system?

What version does it uses?

Are you using resolve or fusion standalone?

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Re: Can I use a custom installation of Python?

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Post by 3DGFX » Wed Jul 31, 2019 8:27 am

I'm using Fusion Studio 16 on Windows 10 and I do have several installations of Python installed. It seems that fusions python path is not based on any env variables.
Also my source control version of python is 3.5.2 and apparently Fusion needs at least 3.6 or am I assuming wrong?