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tonylongland
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Agreed on the quality of training available. A well-written, detailed manual is a must for a product like this. It has a lot of potential, but the amount of time spent trying to figure out how to make things work is incredibly frustrating.

Please, Reallusion, get a professional technical writer to put together a manual and maybe some videos. Remember - training is an investment, not a cost.
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Agree with the comments thus far.

The current documentation is written around the features of the product, which is useful for advanced users within this market segment. 

The visual tutorials are too fast paced and do not cover all of the details required in achieving the steps demonstrated in the tutorial - even after viewing such tutorials several times.

IMHO;

The documentation should be expanded to cover product and industry workflow for the markets which Reallusion is looking to provide service in.  I'm certainly not suggesting that the manual should cover all aspects of the given industry, but it should provide sufficient details to get from start-to-finish on a sample project.  Most folks are capable of expanding from there.

In depth documentation should also be provided for extremely advanced users who are looking to eventually produce content as well as a list of recommended (approved) software applications to use for such purposes.

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Thanks Peter for posting this out,because when one right-clicks the walk command the avatar walks in different paths. The missing detail for control was "clicking" on a prefered point in the preview window.
Another "glitch" in Iclone 4 is when the suv with animated doors is right clicked to "driver gets in," sometimes the driver lags behind sound and door and gets in in mid air,but attached to car!

Iclone 4 and 5 rock!



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