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I am using the ftrack API to add a note to a shot, and I would like it to exactly emulate what happens when you get client feedback from a client review. I am able to create the note, add components (attachemnts) and set it to a "Client feedback" category, which gets me nearly there. However the "create_note()" function requires an "author" argument and I don't quite understand this. The author apparently needs to be an ftrack user, however I would like to tie this note to be from an arbitrary client who does not have a license (I am generating the note content separately from a sort of custom
Hey there, we are trying to add managers programatically when a corresponding field was altered. We tried this: project = ftrack.getProject('dev_tutorial') user = ftrack.User('username') managerType = ftrack.ManagerType('Supervisor') # Add the user as a supervisor on the dev_tutorial project. manager = project.createManager(user, managerType) (taking a correct project, user and managerType) ..which is described here. But sadly this didn't work. what do we have to do to create these managers via the new api, since 'Manager' is not a known type? Genera
I have written a custom action to upload a reference movie clip to a shot in ftrack. Once the action is launched, it creates a movie from images on disk and then uploads this movie as an attachment to the shot. After the action is launched, the movie creation and upload runs asynchronously. What's the best way to give feedback to the user regarding the asynchronous processes? I can output messages to the terminal, but an artist may not look at their terminal or even have it open. How can I do I give feedback in the ftrack web UI? Thanks, Natasha
Hello everybody, fellow ftrackers. I am having trouble doing the simplest thing on my ftrack server: accessing the session through ftrack_api. session = ftrack_api.Session( server_url='ftrack_server', api_key='1337-key', api_user='ftrack_username' ) All my keyword arguments are correct, however, I keep getting the same bullshit: No handlers could be found for logger "ftrack_api.session.Session" Traceback (most recent call last): File "D:/Work/Python/ftrack.py", line 11, in <module> api_user='ftrack_username' File "C:\Python27\lib\si