The Harmony Scripting guide contains information to help you use Qt Script, the scripting language used by Toon Boom Harmony.
Qt Script provides access to many of the functions supported in the Harmony interface. With Qt Script, you can automate a number of Harmony functions to speed up the completion of various repetitive tasks.
Harmony has two different scripting interfaces:
Harmony Scripts are scripts that you can write and use directly in the Harmony user interface. Among many possible uses, Harmony scripts can automate workflows and functionalities in Harmony, create dialogs and perform batch operations on a scene.
DbScript are scripts than can be launched in a command line interface via the Control Center application. They can be used to perform operations on the different elements of a Harmony Server database.
NOTEFor a reference of the QT development environment, refer to the Qt Documentation website.
To avoid complications for users of earlier version, every effort was made to enable backward compatibility with QSA scripts. Simple functions can be ported without making any changes. However, class definitions must conform to the Qt Script syntax. Therefore, scripts that define classes must be updated. For detailed instructions on how to update from QSA to Qt scripts, see the Moving from QSA to Qt Script documentation of the Qt website.