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ANIMATIC WINDOW SCRIPT 09/05/08 JACOB SCHIECK https://www.jacobschieck.com
Please e-mail any bug issues to email@example.com
YOU MUST OPEN THE IMAGE PLANE AND CHECK THE USE SEQUENCE OFF THEN ON AGAIN FOR THIS TO WORK
Just drop this script in your script folder. Type source js_animaticWindow.mel; in the command line to run the script.
The window is simply a camera with an imageplane, normal maya controls will allow you to zoom/pan on your image. If you accidently hit "F" while in that view, just use "[" to fix it, or save and reload the script.