Sets the play range to include the frame range specified.
Use this command in the Script Editor to set the playRange of your scene to a subset of the current range.
playRange is very useful for trimming the working range of your animation file without losing any of the data. When you reset a playRange, the data that lies outside of the new range will still remain in the file if saved as a .vdf. Upon export to another format, only the playRange is exported.
The playRange command is not undoable.
SMPTE times must be surrounded by quotes
playRange inTime outTime[-r] [-start] [-end] [-save] [-restore]
|Start frame integer , required unless -end option is specified
|End frame integer, required unless the -start option is specified
|Set range relative to start/end of current play range
|Sets the playRange start to the current frame
|Sets the playRange end to the current frame
|Save current play range before applying play range changes. Can be restored by next
playRange -restore call.
|Restore the last saved play range before applying play range changes.
playRange 340 345;
// This sequence of commands saves the current play range,
// then sets it to a new range; enabling you to restore
// the original range at any time.
// set start of play Range to 50
playRange -start 50;
// set end of play Range to 200
playRange -end 200;