VizToolkit BLOG - Category: Viz 3 Scripting

VizToolkit Script Studio 1.5 is out
by Hormon
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New version of VizToolkit Script Studio is out! Those of you, who already purchased a license can make an upgrade to new version for free (current license key will work). Those of you, who still hesitate, can download a free trial here.

Viz3 Script Studio becomes VizToolkit Script Studio
by Hormon
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VizToolkit team has decided to change the name of our flagship product Viz3 Script Studio. The new name – VizToolkit Script Studio – is more consistent with naming conventions of our products. Upcomming release of our scripting IDE will be published in a new name. Stay tuned.

Viz3 Script Studio released
by Hormon
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We’re happy to announce that after few months of hard work our first commercial product has been released. For the past year or so we’ve been very busy with some projects for our customer. Most of them involved lot of scripting in viz3. To make our work easier we developed a product to improve our productivity and speed in writing viz3 scripts. At first it was designed specifically for our needs but after all polishing work we bring you… Viz3 Script Studio.

You can learn more about Viz3 Script Studio and download trial version here. Trial version has all the features of our product but is limited to 15 days. After that, you’ll need to purchase a license key in order to use it.

Viz3 Scripting: Scripting Library
by Hormon
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Last few days I spent making a small scripting object in viz3 scripting which will allow me to animate interactive panels from whithin script. I already had some functions to do that so basically I had to put it all together. So here it is – Animation Easing scripting object. [ … read more ]

Viz3 Scripting: Zooming and Dragging
by Hormon
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One of my subscribers asked me if I can make an article about zooming containers using viz3 script. I realized that there is rather poor documentation about implementing that kind of things. So I decided to create this short tutorial about dragging and zooming containers to fill this gap.[ … read more ]

Viz3 Scripting: Reusable button script
by Hormon
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Nice thing about viz3 scripting is that you can create some parts of code to be reusable. This means, when you construct them the proper way – it is easy to adopt them to new projects later on. In my experiance most often used is a button script. So in this short tutorial I’m going to show you how you can create simple button script that you can use at any time later on in interactive scenes. [ … read more ]

Viz3 Scripting: Shared Memory Map – Part 2: Simple Communication Model
by Hormon
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In previous post I explained basic usage of Shared Memory Map in Viz|Artist 3.x. This time we’ll take deeper look into it and I’ll show you how to construct simple communication model to share data and raise events on among different scenes on different machines. [ … read more ]

Viz3 Scripting: Shared Memory Map – Part 1: Basics
by Hormon
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Viz 3.x introduced quite a number of improvements – starting with internal scripting, through new interface features and scene construction possibilities. One of my favourites is Shared Memory feature, so I’m going to talk for a while about that. [ … read more ]

Case Study: Elections Virtual Set
by Hormon
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During 2009 elections to European Parliament TVN24 for the first time used virtual set to present audience with results. As I mentioned in previous post everything was done in short deadlines. Was the result acceptable? Well, in my opinion it was, but I’m going to let everyone decide for themselves. Below you can find short case study on what was done to make this all happen. [ … read more ]

TVN24 European Parliament Election Virtual Set
by Hormon
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For the past few weeks I’ve been working with a group of people on special project. We were creating virtual set for elections to European Parliament for TVN24 news channel. Our goal was to create a place where a person who is inside is controlling everything what happens around him. See how we managed to reach that goal. [ … read more ]

Viz3 Scripting: Texturizing Tool
by Hormon
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My friend who is designing bunch of virtual sets right now asked me to help him out with a problem they’re facing. They construct the look of scene in 3dMax or XSI and then when all textures are baked and object modelled export them from these apps. Next thing they do is importing objects into Viz. Everything’s great so far. But here comes trouble. Do you know what it is? Well viz doesn’t apply textures on imported objects by default. It’s not a huge issue when you have like four or five different objects – you can do this manually. But what if number of different objects reaches 200 or even 500?
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