So at my work, they’ve finally implanted using ftrack and I’ve been interested in seeing improvements we could make towards getting some functionality through pyblish. I was wondering if someone could offer some advice on where to start etc as I’m pretty new to python in general (and setting up something like pyblish for a pipeline).
As of right now, our artists are kind of split with half using nuke and the other half using After Effects. I imagine having something set up for the nuke guys where they would ‘publish’ their renders, it would go through the whole validation process and then output a preview (to ftrack) and a final output to a shared storage that would eventually be delivered once the QC process is done. I don’t think that’s unreasonable.
Also, one thing I was curious about is can pyblish handle multiple validation values for different projects? IE, this one project has specific outputs it needs/naming conventions that are different from a different project.