Yesterday, I posted about RV integration in Windows Explorer. Today, I have the script and a tutorial on how to hook this up ready for your pleasures.
Just download the script, place it somewhere safe and follow the tutorial on how to create an RV specific right-click menu entry in Windows Explorer.
Basically, I’m tired of this workflow: fire up RV, invoke the open file dialog, navigate to the folder where my image sequence is and finally double-click the sequence I want to review.
I want to streamline this workflow as much as possible. So, my idea is to add a right-click menu entry for the most frequent file types I review daily, i.e. jpgs, exrs, tiffs, etc. When right-clicking on any of the files in a sequence a script will figure out the sequence numbering and will pass the wild-carded file name to RV via RVPUSH.
When I’m done, I’ll post the scripts and how-to here, so stay tuned.