Free Flipbook Software (jefecheck 1.5)
Posted 24 October 2012 - 03:11 PM
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Posted 25 October 2012 - 02:54 PM
Posted 26 October 2012 - 04:27 PM
-- JefeCheck This -- -- A ToolScript that makes a preview and opens it in JefeCheck -- (http://jefecheck.jefecorp.com/) -- (quiet similar to the built-in "create preview on" feature) -- -- On Loader/Savers it will just open in jefeCheck with the footage of the loader/saver -- on all other tools it will create a temporary saver, renders and opens jefeCheck with the new Footage -- -- User can specify path and name for the temporary footage -- User can select proxylevel of rendering (level 1 is HiQ on)
you have to open the script in a editor and set the correct path to the jefecheck executable
Posted 27 October 2012 - 01:22 PM
I'm wondering if you can make the script for JefeCheck work with the four layers. Would it be possible to select 1-4 loaders in FU and send those to the individual layers in one go... ?
Also I notice that JefeCheck loads a new instance of the program for each run of the script. Does their API allow for calling to the program (JefeCheck) that is already in memory, and not load a new instance?
Thanks for the script.
Posted 27 October 2012 - 02:51 PM
for calling a running session of jefecheck i have to dig deeper in the documentation. right now i just starts a new instance with the path of the footage via commandline.
Posted 06 November 2012 - 02:48 PM
Also, in our case, all of our frame sequences start at 1001, but the comps start at 1, so the start and end frames listed by the tool are not the same values as the actual start and end frame numbers. So I do a little os.path business to get the first frame in the sequence, regardless of what the tool says.
import os import subprocess JefeCheck = 'Path\To\JefeCheck.exe' if (tool.GetAttrs()['TOOLS_RegID'] == "Saver") or (tool.GetAttrs()['TOOLS_RegID'] == "Loader"): clipName = tool.GetAttrs()['TOOLST_Clip_Name'] parentDir = os.path.dirname(clipName) firstFrame = sorted(os.listdir(parentDir)) targetFile = os.path.join(parentDir, firstFrame) subprocess.Popen('%s %s' %(JefeCheck, targetFile))
Posted 08 November 2012 - 10:13 PM
Quick video explaining how it works:
And attached you'll find the script, just replace .txt with .py and place it in your composition scripts folder.
I hope you find it useful,
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