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poseLib 6.2.3 for Maya (maya script)

A script to record poses for your characters.

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  • 2013, 2012, 2011

Operating Systems

  • Linux
  • Mac
  • Windows


Last Modified:07/26/2012
File Size: 33.1 KB



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  • chrisgibbs

    chrisgibbs said over 10 years ago:

    brilliant. give this man some money!
  • amin

    amin said over 11 years ago:

    hi please improvment and update PoseLib6.5 !?
  • kursat turkay

    kursat turkay said almost 12 years ago:

    cool script ? no. wonderfull. best pose script in the universe.
  • Todor Imreorov

    Todor Imreorov said over 13 years ago:

    good job!! Works better on linux than Poseman, which fails to screenshot correctly
  • David Russell

    David Russell said almost 14 years ago:

    Hats off! Very cool script. THANK YOU. When I make some $$ with it I will drop a donation. Makes posing fun and forgiving.
  • kursat turkay

    kursat turkay said about 14 years ago:

    one of the best scripts for maya in the universe. thanks for updating.
  • Dave T

    Dave T said about 14 years ago:

    Been using this script for few years now, very handy! hope there is going to be a 2011 version coming out as the script appear to no longer function
  • Péter Kondás

    Péter Kondás said over 14 years ago:

    Great plugin!! With this one is the animation easy! Thank you!!
  • mangojambo

    mangojambo said over 15 years ago:

    Hi, For sure it is an amazing script, better than Poseman, IMHO. I don't need to set characters, jus select controllers I need and tada! But I'm using it in Maya 2009 on Linux and I've got some issues: 1 - no icons are generated. It show at the preview icon render, but never apear it in the poseLib window; 2 - even isolating the character, I've got other objects in the preview icon; 3 - There is no options on Edit Options > Display tab; 4 - I did select a character controllers and generate the pose, but when I choose to apply it says // Error: No object matches name: character:controlA, but there is a controlA there. If I delet controlA information from the ASCII pose, it works again, but without that controller information. I hope those informations could be useful somehow. Cheers
  • carlos

    carlos said over 15 years ago:

    UNBELIEVABLE! Works even with FBIK!!!!!!

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