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  05 May 2013
CGWorkshops: Introduction to PyQt

Join ILM's Malcolm "Chocolossus" Thomas-Gustave as he shares his PyQt secrets and techniques with you.

By the end of this 8 week workshop you will have a broad spectrum knowledge of PyQt that will allow you to tackle*problems by knowing where to look for solutions.

You'll learn to setup PyQt properly, understand the structure of classes and subclassing and become familiar with PyQt's core syntax.

You'll explore Qt Designer and use it to create your own UI which will work both within Maya and outside it. You'll delve deep into the customizable nature of Qt, building dynamically generated UIs and learning how to make them pop. *You'll look at threading and how it can work with your UIs to improve functionality, and discuss how working with UIs can fit with your pipeline.

Finally, you'll create a personal project using everything you've learned to help you handle tasks in your field.

If you would like to read the week by week course outline, please click here .

Please note:*This workshop is suitable for*Intermediate Python Users. Malcolm will be using Maya 2012 and Windows for the class, but 2011 and above should be fine. You'll be using PyQt and Qt in the class so you're welcome to get that up and running beforehand. But make sure you get the versions that will work properly with Maya.

Enrol today by clicking here .
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