Here’s a small update to the hos_PSDLayers eyeonscript.
What’s new in v1.2:
- Added Prefix string
- Added saveSettings and loadSettings for newly created Loaders, so they ‘inherit’ the original PSD Loader settings (needs further testing though, as Global In and Out seem to do their usual freaky shit.)
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7 thoughts on “Fusion: hos_PSDLayer v1.2”
Great tool for matte paintings, thanks so much!
Your honsety is like a beacon
Hi! When I have a PSD file with layers in loader, and I righ click on it to use the script, I see the UI opening for the script, but after clicking OK, nothing happens. I get the following error:
…/eyeon/Fusion/Scripts/Tool/hos_PSDLayers.eyeonscript:60: attempt to index global ‘file’ (a nil value)
I have Fusion 6.4 in Win 7 64 bit machine. Thanks. Alkesh.
Same here ^
Does it happen to all PSD files? If so, do you run the script form RMB clicking on the tool and choosing it from the script?
Or does it happen only with certain PSD files? If so, could you send me one of those files that gives the error?
send it to sven [at] houseofsecrets [dot] nl
Thanks for the fine script, former classmate!
We’re using it now for the some of the multiplaneshots of the 60min-handdrawn-animation we are currently working on. Sure comes in handy!
We changed the userpermissions of the C:/Program files/eyeon/fusion64 -folder(to full control) to fix the:
“…/eyeon/Fusion/Scripts/Tool/hos_PSDLayers.eyeonscript:60: attempt to index global ‘file’ (a nil value)”-error
Win7 wouldn’t allow the current user to write something in the fusion-programfolder.. (whch is what the script does)
long time no see, working on Trippel Trappel i take it?
I’ll see if i can change the way the temporary clipboard path is set, as with Windows 7 all folders in Program Files are indeed protected.