Join George Maestri for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating takes, part of Learning MotionBuilder.
- Sometimes you'll need to do multiple types…of animation within the timeline.…So for those cases, we'll need what's called a take.…Now we took a look at takes briefly…when we covered transport controls,…and you'll see that we've got a menu here…that allows us to select between takes.…It also allows us to create takes.…So let's take a look at what we have here.…I have this beach ball, and I've got my bouncing animation.…Now this doesn't look a realistic as it could,…because, well, the ball is not really…rotating as it bounces, which should…give it a more natural look.…
So let's go ahead and add a second take that has rotation.…So I'm going to go to my transport controls…and select take two.…It will go ahead and bring up this menu…that says do we want to copy the data…from our current take to the new one?…In this case, yes because all…we're going to do is add some rotation.…So I'm going to select yes,…and now we're on take two.…I can now add to this however I want.…So I'm going to go ahead and start animating.…I want to make sure I have translation and rotation.…
- Creating hierarchies of objects in MotionBuilder
- Working with the Transport Controls
- Animating with keys
- Animating character and control rigs
- Importing and retargeting motion data
- Cycling motion data
- Finishing scenes for export
Skill Level Beginner
3ds Max 2015 Essential Trainingwith Aaron F. Ross10h 43m Beginner
1. Introduction to MotionBuilder
2. Animating in MotionBuilder
3. Setting Up and Animating Characters
4. Working with Motion Data
5. Finishing Scenes
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