So today I finished my first PyQt4 Pyhon application that allows user to perform batch render maya and nuke files, without having to open the respective application. I started on 7th and had 2 days break as I had to go out of town. However, its overwhelming to me as I finished each and every functionality I thought of . I didn't really planned in logical order for its development having the knowledge of the process of batch rendering in maya and nuke. I decided to go go for it based on requirement. One useful thing you might find, I implemented it as soon as we browse for the maya scene or nuke script the settings are loaded in the GUI so that chances of mistakenly entering the wrong values is reduced since the artist will have some settings saved in the file. Have a look at how it function. I have made this app, to showcase my pythonic skills in PyQt4.
16/12 : I just updated the GUI using styleSheet & converted png images to resource files.
As soon as I am done with my showreel I will release the code and a standalone executable on my website and my creative crash downloads page.
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