An introduction to alembic caching in Maya

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In this YellowDog 3D Tips, Joe introduces the mighty Alembic Cache.

For those pups not in the know, an Alembic Cache file is a universal cache file that can store and duplicate things such as dynamics or rigged characters.

Make one awesome motion and use Alembic Cache to copy it into any 3D software! We love saving time at YellowDog and bet you do too!

Watch Joe show off his skills and learn more about this nifty function.

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