Graph Editor Redux is a redesign of Maya's curve editor toolset. Not only does it reorganize the classic graph editor functions, it provides new tools that many animators have found extremely helpful in massaging animation performances.
See included PDF documentation for installation and description of features. Installation starting with Maya2012 is now different than for previous versions. It now installs (easily) via Maya's module feature. See the PDF for exact instructions.
Note: To switch between Suite, Classic and Redux go to the "View/Toolbar Mode" menu of the Graph Editor toolbar.
Plugin versions for Maya 2012_x64. 2013_x64, 2014_x64, 2016.5, 2017 included
DPT - Digital Pose Test
Digital Pose Test (or DPT) is a tool that helps with timing/blocking animation. It is patterned after the traditional Exposure Sheet (X-Sheet). Images of keyed poses are captured, manipulated within DPT and then the new timing can be sent back to the scene which updates the original keyframe timing.
Unfortunately the Maya2017 release has not included the QtMultimedia library that DPT depends on. This will be addressed in a future update.
MayaStylin changes the entire set of UI widgets to themes based on Qt's implementation of CSS style sheets. A "dark" and a "light" style are available with each having various colour options. Although Graph Editor Redux provides access to MayaStylin, the script can be accessed outside of this tool and modified (drive your Pipeline TD crazy :) )
Timing ChartStill in beta. Unfortunately, not enough interest in this tool which is patterned after traditional animation principles. 3D trained animators say they are happy with the Graph Editor.