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Python / Scatterer: get time variance per instance

Unread postby dziga » Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:28 pm

Hey there,

I'm finally getting my hands dirty with Clarisse and I am working on a scatterer exporter.
I already read through some very useful forum posts but I am currently stuck with getting the time variance per instance from the scatterer.
I thought that maybe the 'frame' or 'frame_offset' attribute on the alembic is driven by the scatterer and that I have to grab this one but this just gave me the current frame on the timeline (or the static offset value currently entered on the alembic).

How would one go about this? ^.^ Is there a nice and simple attribute to grab from the scatterer/instance?

Any help, pointer, insight, comment is greatly appreciated!

Thank you!!
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Re: Python / Scatterer: get time variance per instance

Unread postby adomon » Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:30 am

Hello

I'm sorry, but there is no method exposed in the scatterer to get per instance time offset.
It's now in our roadmap, and the function will be available in one of the next release coming soon.

Sorry for the inconvenience

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Re: Python / Scatterer: get time variance per instance

Unread postby dziga » Tue Jan 14, 2020 1:03 pm

Hey Antoine,

ah, that's a shame but I am glad to hear it will be implemented in the future!

Thank you!
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