RV integration in Explorer

loocas | miscellaneous,Python,RV,technical,videotutorials | Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

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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.

Enjoy! :)

RV integration in Explorer, preview

loocas | miscellaneous,RV,technical | Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

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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. ;)

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