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Apply animated motions and performance to multiple characters

Posted By jsquyre 3 Years Ago
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Apply animated motions and performance to multiple characters

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Is there a way to apply animated motions, actions, and performances to a group of characters all at once rather than individually on the time line.  Also I would like to do the same thing with a song so they are all sing in unison.
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The short answer is no.

But you can make your life easier by adding all the motions to a single character along with the audio and any facial and mouth performances and when you have it the way you want it, just export from that character a performance file.

You can then drop that performance file onto all the other character, yes one at a time, but they will all do the exact same thing. (You will need to reset back to first frame if you want them to do it at the same time.)



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Thanks Ibis.  That's not the answer I wanted but alas, I did expect that answer.  Your workaround sounds a little more efficient than what I've been doing.  Thanks again.



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