This gui for blur2d has some advantages over the pure commandline and blur2d
- while the standart blur2d command only accept name.iff.####
the gui filename support issnt limited, with the gui you could use
the output file is name.####.iff
- the padding and the framecount are auto detected, there is no need for manual set the framerange. because each frame is blured seperate, sequences with holes are possible (example: 1-50, 57-66,104)
- the destination dir is changeable, with unix style dir syntax (../dir_one_level_up, ../../newdir)
- all blur2d parameters could be set, just the start-, end-, stepframe are not available since they will be detected automatically
- the gui displays some infos over the detected files
- frame count
- status of the blur2d process
- important! beacause its a perl script you need a perl interpretor
- the most linux distributions come with one
- for windows i recomment to download ActivePerl (12MB)
- the environment varibale MAYA_LOCATION must point to your maya dir otherwise the script will not found the blur2d binary, in most cases this variable should exist.
feel free to send me a email if there are problems with the script.