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A Free Fusion Script ToolConnectManage

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A Free Fusion Script ToolConnectManage

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Post by James 2020 » Thu Jun 04, 2020 4:49 am

Hi guys,today I find a script for MG link nodes
I have a try very easy to control batch node.
Are you still doing a lot of repetitive work for MG animation? It’s time for this script to help you. I just need to link a node group, and the rest of the batch links are handed over by the script with one click. According to your needs, nodes can be connected to multiple, Multiple nodes can be connected to improve your work efficiency, which is very suitable for MG animation practitioners.


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Re: A Free Fusion Script ToolConnectManage

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Post by SirEdric » Thu Jun 04, 2020 9:06 am

Nice one!
There have been many attempts to autoconnect nodes (I wrote a few myself) but your template approach is really handy!
Thanks for sharing!

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Post by James 2020 » Thu Jun 04, 2020 5:53 pm

:) Sure. I just received a project yesterday that requires a lot of repetitive link nodes, and now this script happens to make the work more enjoyable and easy, and free your hands, so share it with the netizens in the group. enjoy it

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Re: A Free Fusion Script ToolConnectManage

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Post by SecondMan » Fri Jun 05, 2020 12:15 am

Thanks for sharing. Just as an aside, you don't need to wrap YouTube videos in [url][/url] tags. They will embed automatically. I've taken the liberty of adjusting your post.

Interesting script but I wonder if the execution of it could be simpler. From the video you seem to always press two buttons in succession to make the connection, why not one?

And if this could be done with one click, you could also perhaps bind the logic to shortcuts so seasoned users don't need to have the UI there at all...

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Re: A Free Fusion Script ToolConnectManage

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Post by James 2020 » Fri Jun 05, 2020 8:05 am

OK thank for your suggestion.
I put your proposal under his video message, maybe someone noticed.