OpenPype comes in packages for Windows (10 or Server), Mac OS X (Mojave or higher), and Linux distribution (Centos, Ubuntu), and you can install them on your machine the same way as you are used to.
To install OpenPype you will need administrator permissions.
pick your platform
- Mac OS X
For installation on Windows, download and run the executable file
During the installation process, you can change the destination location path of the application,
and create an icon on the desktop.
For installation on your Linux distribution, download and unzip
OpenPype-3.0.0.zip. A new folder
OpenPype-3.0.0 will be created.
Inside this folder find and run
For installation on Mac OS X, download and run dmg image file
Drag the OpenPype icon into the Application folder.
After the installation, you can find OpenPype among the other Applications.
To run OpenPype click on the icon or find executable file (e.g.
C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenPype\openpype_gui.exe) in the application location.
On the very first run of OpenPype the user will be asked for OpenPype Mongo URL.
This piece of information will be provided by the administrator or project manager who set up the studio.
Once the Mongo URL address is entered, press
Start, and OpenPype will be initiated.
OpenPype will also remember the connection for the next launch, so it is a one-time process.
If the launch was successful, the artist should see a turquoise OpenPype logo in their tray menu. Keep in mind that on Windows this icon might be hidden by default, in which case, the artist can simply drag the icon down to the tray.