Bone Group SOP

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Summary
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The Bone Group SOP groups primitives by common bones (shared bones). For more information regarding using Bone Groups for deforming geometry, see this article: Deforming_Geometry_(Skinning). All capture weights are re-normalized.

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Parameters - Page

Max Bones per Point bonesperpoint - Trims the number of bones per point by ignoring the bones with the lowest weight until this maximum number is met.  

Max Bones per Group bonespergroup - The maximum number of bones allowed per group of primitives. If there are more bones than this number, a new group is created.  


Operator Inputs

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SOPs
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An Operator Family that reads, creates and modifies 3D polygons, curves, NURBS surfaces, spheres, meatballs and other 3D surface data.

Each SOP has a list of Points. Each point has an XYZ 3D position value plus other optional attributes. Each polygon Primitive is defined by a vertex list, which is list of point numbers.