How to Copy Attributes in Maya
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How to Copy Attributes in Maya
21 August, 2017
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Where do you find tips and tricks? Useful websites? Blogs? One of the simplest ways is to study different forums. This thread, for example, is full of Maya tips. Howard Margolius looked through it and found a tricks that might help you optimize your workflow. 

Here is a video guide (go to Vimeo if not displaying correctly):

One of the coolest, simple, yet useful Maya Tips you may or may not know. from HowardM on Vimeo.

The video shows a fast and easy way to copy attributes from one object to several others. The tricks works for any channel in the channel box.

First select all the objects you want to copy attributes to, then shift-select the object you want to copy attributes from. Then select an attribute and hit tab, repeat.

Do you know some other cool tricks? Please share them with us!

Source: Vimeo

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