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craig whitMograph To Nulls
by on Apr 11, 2012 at 1:27:43 am

Hey everyone,

I'll assume that if you're reading this category, you're familiar with the Mograph To Null script, if not...

http://www.peranders.com/w/index.php?title=Generate_nulls_on_Mograph

It's an awesome script that places nulls with comp tags on all clones in your scene, awesome.

After using it for a little while, I think it'd be great to tweak it a bit, does anyone care to help?

1. Be able to have a link field that if populated with a mograph selection tag, will only create a null for that clone.

2. If cloning a cube, add an offset function that will push the external comp tag to the front face but still allow the global matrix to control position, rotation, etc.

3. If cloning a cube, have the ability to add nulls for up to each face of the cube.

Anyone want to join in the fun with me??

Best,

Craig

craig whitaker
vfx – mograph
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4117151/


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Oliver SmithRe: Mograph To Nulls
by on May 25, 2012 at 10:57:04 am

Yeh I love this script. Use it all the time. Does anyone know how I could create nulls for a selected few clones as suggested above? I have a long wavy line of clones (1000+) and I want to zoom in and have footage on a few of them. But when I apply Mograph to Nulls it crashes my C4D and would crash After Effects too if it got that far.

Anyone got any ideas?
Thanks


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Chris LongRe: Mograph To Nulls
by on Oct 17, 2014 at 3:21:56 pm

Hey Craig!

That link that you sent for the Mograph to Null script is dead and I can't seem to find it anywhere else online.

Do you have that or know where I might be able to find it?

Thanks so much!

-Chris


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David UebergangRe: Mograph To Nulls
by on Sep 9, 2016 at 9:07:14 am

To anyone else that stumbles across this thread looking for the Mograph to Null script, there is a scene file which uses the script in the bottom of the description of this video:


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