Posts Tagged ‘Scripts’

Two Way Ticket to Frame 0.

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Anime Studio script.
Download Two Way Ticket to Frame 0 ver.0.3

Have you ever found yourself in the position that you needs to go back to frame 0 to fix something and when you have you completely forgot where you were?

Well, fear no more, install this script and whenever you needs to fix something press your selected button and you are moved to frame 0. When you are done you just press the same button again and are automatically moved to the frame you started at.

Installation: Download and unzip in your >scripts>tool folder.

Then open _tool_list.txt located in the tool folder.

I suggest installing this script either into the “Other” section of the tool-palette or adding a new group called Navigation. To do this either add the following line to the end of the file _tool_list.txt;

button DR_two_way_ticket_frame0 Y

or add the following lines;

group Navigation

color 204 220 232 255

button DR_two_way_ticket_frame0 Y

(Y is the hotkey, you can set this to whatever key you want, J, K, O and Y is by default not mapped to any tool).

Save _tool_list.txt and refresh Moho (ctrl+F5).

Note; Currently the framenumber in the little square at top left of the Timeline panel doesn’t update when you transfer to frame 0 but as soon as you go back or scrub the timeline it’s back to normal.

Have you ever found yourself in the position that you needs to go back to frame 0 to fix something and when you have you completely forgot where you were?
Well, fear no more, install this script and whenever you needs to fix something press your selected button and you are moved to frame 0. When you are done you just press the same button again and are automatically moved to the frame you started at.

Installation: Download and unzip in your >scripts>tool folder.

Then open _tool_list.txt located in the tool folder.

I suggest installing this script either into the “Other” section of the tool-palette or adding a new group called Navigation. To do this either add the following line to the end of the file _tool_list.txt;

button   DR_two_way_ticket_frame0   Y

or add the following lines;

group Navigation
color   204 220 232 255
button   DR_two_way_ticket_frame0   Y

(Y is the hotkey, you can set this to whatever key you want, J, K, O and Y is by default not mapped to any tool).
Save _tool_list.txt and refresh Moho (ctrl+F5).

Note; Currently the framenumber in the little square at top left of the Timeline panel doesn’t update when you transfer to frame 0 but as soon as you go back or scrub the timeline it’s back to normal.

Select Active Child

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

Anime Studio Pro script.
Download Select Active Child script, ver.1.0.

This button only works with switch-layers.
What it does is that it changes selected layer to the active child of the current selected switch-layer.

Installation: Download and unzip in your >scripts>tool folder.

Then open _tool_list.txt located in the tool folder.

I suggest installing this script into the “Layer” section of the tool-palette. To do this add the following line under that section in the _tool_list.txt;

button DR_set_parentswitch O

(O is the hotkey, you can set this to whatever key you want, J, K, O and Y is by default not mapped to any tool).
Save _tool_list.txt and refresh Moho (ctrl+F5).
(If you don’t want this tool in the layers section just add the line to the end of the file _tool_list.txt and it will be displayed in the bottom of the “Other” section.)

Set Parent Switch Value to Current Layer

Monday, July 28th, 2008

Anime Studio Pro script-
Download the Set Parent Switch Value to Current Layer ver.1.1

By pressing this button or it’s hotkey you set a switch-keyframe corresponding to the current layer in the current layers parent switch layer.
It’s a bit faster than browsing the switches and when you’ve found what you’re looking for, remembering the name of that layer, go to the parent and select that layer name from the drop-down list. Now just press the button and you automatically has the switch keyframe set to the layer you want.

Installation: Download and unzip in your >scripts>tool folder.

Then open _tool_list.txt located in the tool folder.

I suggest installing this script into the “Layer” section of the tool-palette. To do this add the following line under that section in the _tool_list.txt;

button DR_set_parentswitch K

(K is the hotkey, you can set this to whatever key you want, J, K, O and Y is by default not mapped to any tool).
Save _tool_list.txt and refresh Moho (ctrl+F5).
(If you don’t want this tool in the layers section just add the line to the end of the file _tool_list.txt and it will be displayed in the bottom of the “Other” section.)

Select Parent Layer

Thursday, May 18th, 2006

Anime Studio Script
Download Select Parent Layer script ver.1.0

This tool works as a button in the toolbox, when you click it (or even better assign a hotkey for it) the selected layer in the Layers box changes to the parent of the layer. Very useful if you work a lot with nested skeletons and switch layers.

Installation: Download and unzip in your >scripts>tool folder.

Then open _tool_list.txt located in the tool folder.
If there are no “Other” group at the bottom of the list add one by inserting the lines;
group Other
color 204 220 232 255
Under those lines add;
button DR_select_parent_layer J
(J is the hotkey, you can set this to whatever key you want, J, K, O and Y is by default not mapped to any tool).
Save _tool_list.txt and refresh Moho (ctrl+F5).

Random Switch

Monday, February 6th, 2006

Anime Studio Pro script
Download Random Switch script ver.1.0.

Installation: Just put it in your scripts/menu/other folder.

Usage: Select a Switch layer and run the script.
The switches in the layer will be layed out in the timeline randomly.
The parameters you can set is the range to add keyframes in, the interval between keyframes and whether the first frame in the range always should be keyed.

Uniform Layer Scale

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Anime Studio Pro script
Download Uniform Layer Scale ver.1.0.

Uniform Layer Scale works just like the original Layer Scale tool, with the addition of a tick-box that let you scale one axis numerical and have the others scale automatic to preserve the proportions of the layer.

To install, just put the files in the scripts/tool folder. If you want to replace the old scale layer tool, open _tool_list.txt and change “lm_scale_layer” to “DR_uni_scale_layer”, else it will be put in the “Other” group in the Toolbar.

(AS5 only. Conflicts with AS6 scale layer tool. Will update later.)

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