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  06 June 2006
Fusions Tutorial : Maya camera data, .fbx, and locators…

Hi Guys,

Just to let you know I have put a tutorial on my website covering the process of bring Maya camera data into Fusion. It also covers use of the .FBX Mesh node, Particle Cloud.

Hope its useful. Any comments would be gratefully received.

Matt Leonard

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  06 June 2006
Hi Matt,

I'm getting a "page not found" error when I try to go to your link.

It's redirects to:

I would like to see your tutorial though.
  06 June 2006

Trying to fix the problem now.

The redirect is right, try using IE6.

  06 June 2006
Ok thanks.

IE6 works, Firefox doesn't.

Thanks for the tutorial, very useful!

  06 June 2006
Confirmed, this works for me in Explorer, but not in Firefox. No idea why.

Great Tutorial, congratulations. A few small comments :

In part 6, you mention that nulls can be imported via the Partial Cloud node. The actual name is Point Cloud.

Also, you can import the position of ANY object in the scene using the Import Transform button found under the Transform tab of most 3D tools in Fusion.
  06 June 2006
Thanks for the post Matt. Great info.

I'm going to have to upgrade to Fusion 5 now.

  06 June 2006
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