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iClone 5.1 Tutorial - Physics State Keys

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Before v5.1, physics objects were restricted to a single physics state for the duration of the project. Now you have the power to make states changes to physics objects by using key frames. For example, you can take a moving car with a kinematic state and switch it to a dynamic state at a certain point to cause the object to roll forward on pure momentum. Physics State keys are stored in a dedicated timeline track for further editing.

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That's just darn impressive - Thanks for the vid.Cool

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very great , very impressive . Thanks to RL Team


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Sorry, can't respond. Ermm

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Thanks Visconti for the video upload and the RL Team for increasing the realism notch a step higherWink Now those old "jerky" motions will get a long expected overhaul! It was about time more realistic motions is what makes Iclone5(and a future Iclone 6?) highly competitive with other high caliber animation programs!

Iclone 4 and 5 rock!
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Thanks RL SmileSmileSmile



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