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Post by ragupta » Wed Mar 24, 2010 4:13 am

I am using blender to interact with my C++ code through python script. I create different animations by changing the parameters in my program and save them in different Ipocurves. Is there a way I can export the IpoCurves to some other graphical format or the curve data to a text file or something, so that I can plot multiple Ipocurves on the same graph showing comparison.

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Post by Xalt » Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:53 pm


it should definately be possible using python scripts. I think the easiest way out would be to export the data as text files. Without scripts, I don't think it is possible other than maybe taking screenshots of your ipo curve window which is most likely not what you want. The blender python api can be found here http://www.blender.org/documentation/24 ... index.html.

Hope that helps.


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