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  1. Setting Default Scene File

    Hey there, So I have been looking around on various posts to try and find out how I take my template scene file and make so whenever I open a version of Houdini that template file is the one that opens. I know very little about scripting and I am not sure what I am meant to change in the 123.cmd file. Anyone ever done this and know how to set it up, please? Thanks
  2. cat data.csv | houdini script.{hip,hda} > new-data.csv aka HOUNIX It would be great if one could use houdini hips/hdas as general tools for processing datasets. In the above example this might be a csv file. Apologies for the duplicate question. The question is how though? Can houdini.exe -background achieve it, or can hcmd.exe capture stdin and stdout?
  3. I'm using a userSetup.py script to do some setup in Maya during launch. However, some things are not happening as expected, and I can't seem to find the output of Maya's stdout during startup to debug. For example, if I put the line print "Testing stuff..." into userSetup.py, I cannot find where it gets printed. It does not show up in the Script Editor after Maya launches, it does not get written to the shell if I launch Maya via cmd prompt > maya.exe, and it does not get written out to the output file if I set MAYA_CMD_FILE_OUTPUT in my Maya.env Where can I find the stdout from Maya's startup process??
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