Object Merge SOP

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The Object Merge SOP allows you to merge the geometry of several SOPs spanning different components.

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SOP sop1 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop2 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop3 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop4 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop5 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop6 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop7 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop8 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop9 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

SOP sop10 - Each source allows you to specify a pattern of SOP paths. The geometry of each SOP is merged into this SOP. Each SOP can reside in a different component. A pattern can be a complete path to a single SOP or it may consist of wildcards, etc.

Transform Object xform - Specify a geometry component to which all the merged geometry should be transformed relative to.


SOPs
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The component types that are used to render 3D scenes: contain the 3D shapes to render, plus , , Ambient Light, Null, Bone, Handle and other component types.

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