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This operator outputs a constant transform in the VOP network in much the same way as the Make Transform VOP, but with some additional features helpful for building rigging setups. The node’s output transform will always come from the TRS parameters on the node, but these parameters can be initialized in the following ways:
Specifying a geometry and a point name or number, which will be referenced when pressing the Stash Transform button. If found, the point’s world transform will be used to populate the transform parameters.
Connecting the inputs for the geometry and point (e.g. from a Get Point Transform VOP). This will behave the same as the previous method, whilst providing a way to visually identify which point has had its transform stashed.
Connecting the Transform matrix input will cause the parameters to be populated from this matrix when the Stash Transform button is pressed. This is useful when you wish to use the result of an arbitrary calculation as a rest position within the VOP network.
When the Transform input is connected, this will take precedence over the other methods. For example, the File and Point Number inputs will not be used when stashing the transform.
Specifies how the point is referenced.
Reference the Point by index.
Reference the Point by name.
Specifies where (input or operator) you can find the geometry on which the referenced (by Point Number or Point Name) point exists.
Specifies the path to the geometry.
This parameter is only available when File is set to Operator Path.
Specifies the index of the point to reference.
This parameter is only available when Signature is set to Default.
Specifies the name of the point to reference.
This parameter is only available when Signature is set to By Name.
Stashes the input transform.
Resets the Translate, Rotate, and Scale parameters and outputs an identity matrix.
Specifies the output translations.
Specifies the output rotations.
Specifies the output scales.
Specifies the output shears.
The geometry on which the referenced
The index of the point to reference.
The input transforms to stash.
The transform matrix computed from the TRS parameters.