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Now! Geometry can be exported. Usage is as simple as ever.
Auto Export texture
Save as ". Nk" file
Workflow: 1. Copy maya2nuke.py to "My Documents\maya\20XX\scripts" 2. In python command port.Type "from maya2nuke import *". Open maya2nuke UI. 3. In Type menu. Select export type. Camera, mesh or all. 4. In Animation menu. Select animation type. Camera, mesh or all. 5. in Networks menu.Choose nuke networks type. None: Only the original node Base: Build basic 3d scene ContactSheet: Contact camera 6. Select the object you want to export. 8. Click Generator Button. 9. into nuke press ctr + v.
When the maya scene is changed. You need to update maya2nuke data. Click "edit / Calculate Maya Data".
You can view and save nukeScript. Click "edit / Show Nuke Script", "edit / Save Nuke Script As".