AttributeSpreadsheet is a spreadsheet script to edit the input parameters of multiple Fusion tools at once. It is extremely useful for batch tool changes, and a great help for any motion graphics tasks. The most amazing part that it works with any native or third party Fusion tool, such as OFX plugins, macros, Krokodove tools and so on. Any available input is accessible from a very convenient table view. You can link any input to another with expression by a middle mouse drag. Some tools, such at Text+
Style, does not even allow setting expression manually. With Attribute Spreadsheet you can do that too. As far as I know, this is the fastest, and the most reliable tool for a batch changing parameters or linking multiple Fusion inputs.
- Python 3.6
- Fusion Standalone v.9 and v.16+, Davinci Resolve v.16+
- PySide2 (can be installed automatically)
- Select one or more tools in Fusion flow and start the script or press "Refresh" button if already started.
- Select multiple values in a single column, say, "Blend".
- Start typing new numeric value and hit Enter. All Blend values for selected tools will be changed accordingly. That's the basic functionality.
- To link multiple tool's inputs to another tool with expression, select the column and drag with middle-click towards the cell you are linking to.
-xto discard the expression on single or multiple inputs. Once the expression is set, you cannot change the values in the table unless the expression is cleared.
%=to do mathematical expressions with current numerical values. for example: enter
+=0.2123to default Transform Size value, and it will become
- Use search bar to find inputs. You can search for multiple inputs, separated by spaces, like
size angleto search both Size and Angle inputs.
- Enter numerical values or expression to point values, such as
Center. For instance, enter
=timein the Transform Angle cell will create
Yvalues will create
pin any table cell and all corresponding input attributes will be listed in Console.
- Click on the row header (tool name) to activate the tool.
- Click on column header to sort inputs alphabetically. Click on the corner button to reset sorting to default state.
hos_AttributeSpreadsheet. You can find full list of new features and fixes inside a script file. The most significant improvements:
- Point data with X and Y elements are both adjustable and now work with mathematical modifiers.
- You can add expressions to Point data values, such as
- Corner button will reset sorting to default state
- Tool name and ID is added to a table to improve sorting abilities
- Added logging, most errors are caught with Console feedback
- Set active tool by clicking on row header
- Use this script as a standalone tool (Fusion Studio feature). Provide a remote machine IP as an argument to a script to do remote management
My intention was to make this script as straightforward and easy to use as possible. Usually installing third party package to Python is a painless task. But we can go further and strip this step, offering automatic PySide2 installation on a first launch.
If Pyside2 is not found on the computer, the script will show a dialogue, whether you want to install the package automatically. If clicked
Ok, it attempts to install Pyside2 using standard pip tools. Otherwise, the command for manual installation will be shown in Console. Python modules manager
pipshould be already installed on the computer. Pip is a part of standard Python3 installation, thus the script will require Python3 (also for maintenance purposes). Automatic PySide2 installation process will be visible in Fusion console. In case installation fails, please report here. Once Pyside2 is installed, launch the script again and UI will appear.
- All fields except numerical or point data inputs are treated as text values. This prevents unexpected behavior when changing cells values.
- Although script works perfectly both in Davinci Resolve and Fusion Standalone, sometimes, when both of these apps are loaded, the script cannot read the comp data properly. In this case you'll see
No comp data found. Probably both Resolve and Fusion are loaded?error message. I'm looking forward to handling this issue as soon I understand why this is happening.
- You should avoid linking inputs to each other. This is a known bug: if you link
Transform2.Sizeand then try to link expression from
Transform1.Size, Fusion will crash immediately. The same will happen if you try to do that with a script. Just don't.
- Add combobox to inputs with list data, such as
INPIDT_MultiButtonControl_ID, so you could choose the appropriate values from a dropdown instead of typing values manually. This can be tricky, because some Fusion inputs addressed by key ('1.0', '2.0') and some - by value ('Red', 'XYZ' etc). Also, this should probably exclude Fonts.
- Add a completer with the most commonly used search commands. For instance, if you've already been searching
red green blue, this query will be suggested once you type
rin search area.
- Add an option for partial middle-drag/linking Point data, such as link only
Xvalues, or only
Y, so the expression would be like
Point(Transform1.Center.X, 0.5). Currently, it is possible by typing expression text to a Point X cell.
Select by IDbutton to quickly select and load to the table all tools with the same ID as the active tool. However, this can be done with ToolManager script, so questionable.
- Please suggest any other improvements.
Version: 0.2.3 - [2020/12/07]
Copyright: 2011-2013, Sven Neve (House of Secrets), 2019-2020 additions by Alexey Bogomolov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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