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Old 07-01-2007, 12:19 PM   #1
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Question easy question ???

Hi, I'm very new to maya and this may be quite obvious. But I'm trying to teach myself with tutorials and I was just wondering what the difference is between a project and a scene.

Which one do I use to save my animations in and where can I open the animations back up again? :headbang:
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A scene is a single file, which is the ones you open in Maya.

A project is a folder that contains all your scenes, textures, sounds, sourceimages and everything else. Your default project is probably in: your documents>maya>projects>default
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