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How to find the start and end frames of MASH animation loops in Maya


When working with MASH in Maya, is there a way to find the point where the MASH animation loops (the start and the end frame)?


Currently, there is no available tool within MASH that determines the start and end points of MASH looping animations. 

As a alternative, use the following workaround:

  1. Use the Grease Pencil to mark specific points in the MASH animation – this is the start frame.
  2. Scrub through the timeline until all the marks lined up again – this is the end frame.




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