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Donat Van Bellinghen asked ·

arnoldExportAss command and mask option

Hi,


I have a maya scene with a standIn on which a aiIncludeGraph is connected

When I export this scene to ass using

cmds.arnoldExportAss()

The export is correct

But if I use the mask option :

cmds.arnoldExportAss(mask=255)


The exported ass contains no description of the aiIncludeGraph node.

Is this behavior normal ? I thought mask=255 would make it export everything.


Regards


Maya version : 2019.2

MtoA 3.3.0.1

Arnold Core 5.4.0.1

OS : Win 10


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Stephen Blair answered ·

255 is from the old days, before operators and color managers

  • Options = 1
  • Camera = 2
  • Light = 4
  • Shape = 8
  • Shader = 16
  • Override = 32
  • Driver = 64
  • Filter = 128
  • Color Manager = 2048
  • Operators = 4096


aiIncludeGraph is an operator so you need to add 4096

65535 for all

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