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Installing OCIO / Mac OS X /
Firstly, pardon my ignorance on the subject but, it's not very clear
to me on how to install/compile the code for OCIO on MAC OS X.
With that said......
I'm trying to install OCIO for Nuke6.2v4 on MAC OS X
cmake-2.8.4 distribution is temporarily located at:
OCIO is installed here.
I've tried installing via commandline and I've tried installing via
the CMake 2.8-4 GUI app using XCode as my Generator and Unix makefiles
as well. All attempts are a no go.
The install docs don't seem to be very helpful, that's why I'm
Any simplified help to a non-C++ programmer, you can offer is greatly
Jeremy Selan <jeremy...@...>
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Sorry for the difficulty installing OCIO w/Nuke support. We're
looking at streamlining the installation process in the next few
months, and Nuke 6.3v? (later this summer) will ship with OCIO +
plugins precompiled, so this wont be an issue much longer.
I am including two scripts you should use on the mac.
USING A SYSTEM-LEVEL OCIO INSTALLATION ON MAC / OSX
* First, make sure your ocio checkout is up to date. Either do a
fresh checkout, or update your existing one.
git fetch --all
git rebase origin/master
(This works if you havent done your own fork.)
* Copy the two files in this email into your ocio checkout dir. Edit
nuke_install.tcsh in your favorite text editor, and edit the first
line so it points at the version of Nuke you are going to use, and run
* edit ./nuke_run.tcsh to also point to the same version of nuke.
Also edit the 'setenv OCIO ...' line to point to the real color
configuration you wish to use. You can then launch nuke on the
command-line using this nuke_run.tcsh script.
You'll see the last script to run nuke is just setting up the
appropriate envvars. You can also move this into a startup location
so it doesnt need to be done every time.
* Within nuke, you'll now have all the OCIO nodes (look in the
Color->OCIO menu). You should also have the OCIO python module
available if needed.
* If you want to register OCIO in the viewer popdowns, in the python panel do:
You can do this in your ~/.nuke/init.py , if you'd like it to be done
automatically. (We dont do it by default as sometimes people want to
handle this step on their own).
Let me know if you have any issues with these steps.
On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 3:48 PM, walkerdan1 <walke...@...> wrote:
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