Show All the Data from Outputs With Bifrost Output Reader

The Russet Potato shares a Bifrost Output Reader Tool that shows a quick overview of outputs.

In the Maya Bifrost graph, you can easily peer into the connection data by setting a watchpoint. It’s not perfect. Nodes often obscure watchpoint charts, and they always seem to sit behind nodes, making them difficult to see.

An alternative might be to use this new Bifrost Output Reader Tool from the Russet Potato.

The Output Reader Tool will read output ports from Bifrost Graph and display its data with a click. There are some limitations like you need to have an active connection, and the tool currently doesn’t support a handful of data types, like Anim objects, matrices that aren’t 4×4, etc. Still, it seems pretty handy – Check out the output reader tool here to learn more.

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