A richer CG industry
A quick tutorial using OrderedDict, JSON, and the path module to store a skeleton pose in maya into a JSON file on disk and recover it and pose a skeleton. This might be useful if you're creating a pose library of animators or a way to store positions on animation controls too!
JSON is a great way to store data as it's a common format used to insert data into databases and it's human editable and readable.
Notes some common JSON gotchas:
1. only double quotes in JSON no single quotes.
2. no trailing commas in JSON.
3. JSON likes simple data types. e.g., you have to convert tuples to lists .
Purchase Price: Free
Released on: 12/05/2017
Total Duration: 30m 3s