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  1. Hi everyone. I'm currently in discussions about committing 2 separate tv show productions (52 and 13 episodes) to ftrack for the production tracking. 2 is most likely going to be done in nuke so that's a no brainer, however it looks like all 3d work will be done in Houdini. I can't say that we necessarily need a full on integration with all the little treats, however I'm wondering how much work would it be to implement at least a simple very basic integration. I should have time to contribute to the Coe during pre-production, potentially even write the whole thing, but coming from shotgun ecosystem I didn't have time to read through all the documentation on ftrack just yet. So the real question is. Is Houdini on the roadmap within reasonable timeframe? ( both productions will be starting in about 8-9 months time, but preparations are running now). And if not, can you estimate how much work would it take to built custom integration in house (I'm absolutely willing to contribute back if that was the case, provided we'd at least get som good guidance). Cheers Milan