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Ptools is a production tool that enables users to create more detailed playblasts.
Users are able to enter and show there name,team (or dept),shot description. Aswell as, show a framecounter, the date(only on win) and the scene directory.
This was done for a first time MEL project at college.
Also thankyou to the people at cgtalk who helped me with this, as learning MEL in a week is a tad hard.
To install ->
1. Extract the zip ptools.zip into the maya scripts directory.
2. FOR PC - Usually in your My documents folder, maya, your version e,g 6.0, then under scripts.
3. FOR MAC - your user account,library,preferences,alias,maya, your version e.g 6.0, scripts
and the script will load if the script fails to loads make sure your project directory is at default as well.