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iClone5.1 Tutorial - Motion Capture Animation

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With this new mocap update in iClone 5.1, now you can use remote body control, mirror capture, head/wrist movement, and floor alignment for better capture experiences. Lightspeed your animations and create authentic motions without having to rent an entire mocap studio or even wear a markered jump suit!

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Thanks very great and complete tutorial .


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Visconti, the new iClone 5.11 MoCap is so much better. I have a basic question. How do i save motion captured via the Kinect plug-in? Saving the project is simple of course but I wish tos ave the motion to apply to other characters.

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How do i save motion captured via the Kinect plug-in? Saving the project is simple of course but I wish tos ave the motion to apply to other characters.

The answer is here: Collect Clip Track

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How do i save motion captured via the Kinect plug-in? Saving the project is simple of course but I wish tos ave the motion to apply to other characters.

The answer is here: Collect Clip Track


kurzal, thank you for both the information and the ultra swift response which allows me to proceed right away. RL folks are absolutely the BEST. Hopefully, I will manage to produce decent enough motions to share as freebies in return for all the help so many folks here have given me.

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Great News Thank-you.

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Thanks, Great tutorial!
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Just recently purchased iclone 5.1 and I'm struggling to get mocap to pick up head and wrist movements. Can anyone help with this please?

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Newest iClone is actually 5.11, suggest you go to updates and download this newest version. If problem not solved download and install Microsoft SDK - but really suggest you try theIC5 update first and RL customer help page as they will direct you to the proper SDK file area if needed.

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sorry I meant 5.11, I'd reinstalled the drives but I think I'm just not understanding how to get the animation to work properly Unsure

I don't know whether its the lighting in the room or theres a function in the motion editor that I'm not using?? When i calibrate it picks me up and the character copies my movement but there is no movement in the head, wrists or feet.

Any help would be great, thanks




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