Unlikely anyone but me needs this, but just in case: a Houdini script to copy camera animation to the clipboard as a Blender-flavour Python script. Select a camera (or camera switcher) in Houdini, run the script, go to Blender, create a new text block and hit Paste. Execute it and Boom! there's your camera, all animated an' stuff.
Suspect most folk wanna go the other way, but I've a stupidly complex object already in Blender that wouldn't be trivial to export, and my scene's in Houdini. Lots of zany animated texture stuff going on as well... why recreate it if Blender can render it happily? Just need the camera to match up with the rest of the scene.
I'd been going round the houses, exporting to AE first, then from AE to Blender, but focal-length and DoF settings weren't making it through, so this is an improvement.
Always weird, though, writing a Python script that generates ... a Python script. 'Specially when you're running it in one 3D package, with its own data structures/methods, and it has to produce a script for a different package with different names and concepts for everything
hey ho.... github gist linky