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Chris Zurbrigg unveils Playblast/Reference Viewer

Friday, August 9th, 2013 | Posted by Jim Thacker

Chris Zurbrigg, developer of Blue Pencil and other useful Maya tools, has announced a new Playblast/Reference Viewer for Maya. (We’re not sure if that’s going to be the official title, or if it’s just a general description.)

An animator-focused alternative to QuickTime
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a more animation-focused alternative to external media players like QuickTime, the Viewer links with the Maya timeline, enabling users to scrub an animation and a reference shot in sync.

Playblasts can also be set to open directly in the viewer, and again, synched to the Maya timeline.

The Viewer also includes a number of other useful features, such as the option to use hotkeys to step forwards or backwards by a single frame, and to drag in the viewing window to scrub the animation.

So far, there’s no word on when the Playblast/Reference Viewer will be released, or if it will be a commercial tool.

Read more about Playblast/Reference Viewer on Chris Zurbrigg’s site

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