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Old 19-10-2006, 01:57 PM   #1
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Hi Guys

Is there any way to get a set of data from a graph in maya, for example a data series of the points of which keys are set so that the data series is as follows

Time (frame) Translate X Value
1 10
5 12
7 15
17 17


etc etc

Since the values are there to make up the graph is there a MEL script that can extract there values into a series of values likethe above example?

Hope this makes sense.

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Old 22-10-2006, 01:13 AM   #2
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If I understand properly then you can do something like this:

float $timeArray[] = {};
float $valueArray[] = {};

int $nextIndex = size($timeArray);
float $currentTime = `currentTime -q`;

string $myObject = "pCube1";

$timeArray[$nextIndex] = $currentTime;
$valueArray[$nextIndex] = `getAttr -t $currentTime ($myObject + ".tx")`;



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Nice one A!

Cheers for that, i'll give it a whack. If I get stuck will the help files give me some pointers to the attributes that your calling and the functions?

Very new to mel (have used Delphi and C++), only used the noise and random functions to animate things!


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