USDView on Windows with Victor Yudin's Pre-compiled Binaries
This is how to set up Pixar's USDView on Windows using the pre-compiled binaries of Victor Yudin (https://github.com/VictorYudin/saturn/releases) The step-by...
- Install Python or setup virtual environment
- CD into Python's Scripts
- Upgrade pip to latest version
- Install PySide, PyOpenGL, and Jinja2
- Download and unzip usd package
- Use the latest release from this repo: https://github.com/VictorYudin/saturn/releases/
Python Environment Variables
USD Frequently Asked Questions
USD stands for "Universal Scene Description." It is a system for encoding scalable, hierarchically organized, static and time-sampled data, for the primary purpose of interchanging and augmenting the data between cooperating digital content creation applications.
Set the following environment variables for use with usd
Export image sequence of a camera animation in a usd file. CD into usd's bin directory to access commands. Reference docs link above for more usd functionality.
c:\usd\bin>usdrecord --frames 1:10 --camera cameraName --imageWidth 1920 D:\shots\usd_shotA.usd D:\shots\newFolder\####.png Camera: /cameras/cameraName Renderer plugin: HdStormRendererPlugin Recording time code: 1 Recording time code: 2 Recording time code: 3 Recording time code: 4 Recording time code: 5 Recording time code: 6 Recording time code: 7 Recording time code: 8 Recording time code: 9 Recording time code: 10