mcjMakeMeANiceObjCatalog


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Introduction
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There is now a PRO Version THIS WAY >>>>> 

A script that loads one after the other a series of obj files

frames them in the camera frame

exports a viewport capture of each one as an image ( .jpg or .png )

each image file has the same basename as the .obj file

then optionally creates an HTML web page that displays those images and their name


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History
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September 1st 2018 5:05 - Fixed unclosed HTML file issue

August 9th 2018 5:37PM -  Release V1


example of a "catalog" HTML web page which displays 8 of the images produced by the script


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Installation
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The zip package is found at the bottom of this page

unzip it in your daz content folder, 


typically :

C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\DAZ 3D\Studio\My Library


once installed, it will appear in your content library, under 


The Daz Script will be found in  My Library / Scripts / mcasual 


Starting with Windows 7 if you right click on the downloaded zip file

and select the [Extract All ....] pop-up menu item
you simply browse up to your Daz Studio Content Folder
and the files will fall in the proper folder 



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Use
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If you want the camera to frame only the catalog objects,
then deselect any scene object before launching this script.

Use the first browse button to specify the folder containing the .obj files

Use the second browse button to specify the folder which will receive the images

Note that the script will refuse to overwrite existing images 

The 'resize ...' checkbox will resize the objects to 1 meter wide,  
Then the object will be moved so its center lies at x=0, z=0
Then the object will be dropped to floor level. 
Then the image will be captured

The 'Leave loaded object(s) in the scene' can be used to quickly load a few objects

The script will always produce square images.
So it may be better to set your render settings to 'square' proportions.

You can specify the width-height in pixels of the images produced using the slider

The 'HTML catalog' option create a web page in the same folder as the images.
The filename number corresponds to the date-time at which the html document was created



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License
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// by mCasual/Jacques

// You can use this script freely for personal or commercial use.

// You may not resell, distribute for profit, sub-license or rent this script in any way.

// you may credit this script to mCasual/Jacques

//

// THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,

// INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR

// PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE

// FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE,

// ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.



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mcjMakeMeANiceObjCatalog.zip
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mCasual Jacques,
Sep 3, 2018, 2:06 PM
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