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Duik Bassel: Create Control panel, part 2

While the Create Controls Panel is divided into two parts, each video stands alone, meaning you can view them in any order.

Part two of a two part Quick Tip that features Duik Bassel’s Create Controllers Panel. I divided the panel up in a way that allows you to view the parts in any order, as the features explained in part one have no effect on the features explained in part two.

In part two we explore: the Extract and Tag buttons, as well as Duik’s Pseudo-Effects options. The video’s primary focus is on the difference between the two options given for the Extract feature, as this powerful tool can save you a lot of time when working with rigged puppets that are within a pre-composition placed in your scene file.

Duik Bassel’s preferences should be set to Standard or Expert mode (not basic). If not, you may not see some of the buttons or options discussed in the Duik Quick Tip videos.

Video content:
  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 0:56 Keeping puppet sets and puppets in different files
  • 1:56 Exract’s preferences
  • 2 :36 Extract:Use Master Properties
  • 3:10 Extract: Use Expressions
  • 3:57 Comparing the two options
  • 5:40 The Tag Button
  • 6:40 Pseudo-Effects
  • 7:42 Closing & credits

Links & other information

If you are unfamiliar with Duik Bassel, here’s where to go to learn more: What is a Duik Bassel & why do I need one?

Official Duik Bassel documentation on the Create Controllers Panel.

Duik Bassel: Create Controllers panel, part 1
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