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27-04-2003, 12:10 AM
As you can see in the image..
123 is what i get
456 is what i want
How do i remove that?
Yeh many have told me this
Check in the track view... And i answer.. I dont find anything there... An they say.. Sry cant help you more..
So Do you know how to remove the smoothed animation..
SoftWare: 3dsmax 5.1
27-04-2003, 12:25 AM
sorry but I could not understand anything !!!! the two pics groups look same to me!! so what is your prob !! and another thing is that a biped or a hand made skeleton??!!!!:roll:
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27-04-2003, 12:34 AM
That is from cs 4.
What i mean
How to make the animation UN SMOOTHED
27-04-2003, 12:38 AM
Well I can see that u r using free form right!!
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27-04-2003, 12:42 AM
free form right!!
Grab the foot
Press N "animate"
Klick and drag
27-04-2003, 01:08 AM
Well now things got cleared you can not use free form like that and what u have is not a smooth animation prob, that thing happens because the feet r not fixed to the ground (something like IK solvers in bones) and to work with free form properly here is a very tricky way to deal with:
create two planes and scale them to match the two feet and align each one with the bottom of a foot
now select a foot and go to "motion panel" and follow these steps:
1-locate "IK key Info" rollout and extend it and press :"set planted key" button
2- from the same rollout move the cursor down and select "object" and press the white arrow then select the plane that under this foot
3- press "set planted key again!!
4- do the same thing to the other foot using the other plane!!
5- now move the planes and watch the feet go wherever the planes go
Now the feet r fixed and to to animate a walk all u have to do selecting a plane and animating it pretty normally and the foot will follow it !!
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27-04-2003, 01:19 AM
But does it realy need to be this way?
:) well thanx anyway
27-04-2003, 01:22 AM
Well of course there is another way but I think this is the easiest!! good luck:)
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