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Maya Attribute Editor Customization Technology Preview

Posted by Cory Mogk, 7 March 2012 6:50 am

This video is a technology preview. Autodesk wishes to caution you that this preview reflects technology research, and that actual events or results could differ materially from the preview. Also, this preview is not intended to be a promise or guarantee of future delivery of products, services or features but merely reflects technology research, which may change. Purchasing decisions should not be made based upon reliance on this preview. Autodesk does not assume any obligation to update any statements we make to reflect events that occur or circumstances that exist after the date of this technology preview.

 

 

3 Comments

Danyl

Posted 7 March 2012 7:20 am

I suggest a filter to hide modeling history, useless in the Attribute Editor, this add too much tabs (and keep it in the Channel Box). Sometimes it's hard to find the shader tab...

We'll see Autodesk Maya 2013 at GDC? At what hour?

mjmurdoc

Posted 7 March 2012 8:19 am

Can't wait to see more improvements for the "average users" (modelers, animators, designers)



As inspiration I found an old post of hopeful fixes/features for maya 2009

Sep 20, 2008
"
Shatter effect(works 20% of the time:Buy blastcode and integrate it like CSmuscle),

bevelPlus barely working when creating text or illustrator files

need TEXT tools for texturing and animating text

need Cloning or Instancing tools-user friendly like c4d\'s cloner
"

Amorano

Posted 7 March 2012 1:12 pm

First, kudos, the AE needs major updates, glad you guys are finally looking at it.

BUT this seems like paying peter to rob paul (yes in that order).

Containers still seem clunky to drive specific context editing per asset, and this is much the same i.e. lots of work to "present" contextual awareness/editors per asset.

Provide templates (yes), but also wrappers, so you don't have to continously write interfaces per asset but can stack the templates.

For presentation of the templates, still needs major re-work to not be a long list of tabs jammed into a sidebar.

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